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  • October 23, 2015
  • 10:51 am

Children in the Art Studio: A Pedagogy Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach

AdamandIrene1One Tuesday, October 13 at the Loyola University Museum of Art,  Dr. Adam Kennedy, Assistant Professor,  facilitated a discussion following a very informative lecture presented by Irene Sufrin, Principal of Ginsburg Solomon Schechter Early Childhood Center titled “Engaging Young Children in Project Work in the Art Studio with Pedagogy Inspired by the Schools in Reggio Emilia, Italy. ” The lecture was in follow-up to an exhibition in the Push-Pin Exhibition Hall, :Exploring Faces with Young Children: Ginsburg Solomon Schechter Early Childhood Center,”  inspired by RACE: Are We So Different?—an exhibition at the Illinois Holocaust Museum—and by the knowledge that the human face is understandable to young children.