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Picker Art Gallery and the Center for Learning, Teaching, and Research (CLTR) will host a workshop by Jacqueline Simmons, Vice Chair and Senior Lecturer, Department of Curriculum & Teaching, Teachers College, Columbia University.
The workshop will build upon her talk, Knowledge Reclaimed Through the Art of Nona Faustine and William Earle Williams, which will explore Picker Art Gallery’s current exhibitions, Nona Faustine: White Shoes and A Wicked Commerce: The US and the Atlantic Slave Trade Through the Lens of William Earle Williams on November 3. In the first part of the workshop, Jacqueline will share curricular approaches learned from experiences developing and leading the Black Paint Curriculum Lab — an experimental space to discuss often overlooked forms of curricular knowledge, such as the affective and spatial, and play with innovative pedagogical practices. In the second part of the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to employ these concepts in hands-on activities that will support navigating difficult conversations with learners of all ages. To assist us in planning for an appropriate amount of food for lunch, we ask that you please
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