Yearly archives of “2013


#tweetMYclass: Make Social Media Tools Work for the Classroom City University of New York IT Conference 2013, New York, New York Moderated by Janet Esquirol Description: Using social media as an academic tool? Imagine: You’d like each student to collect pictures for inspiration on a […]

FLIPPED! Panel at FIT EduTech Day

I was invited by CJ Yeh to speak on a panel about the flipped classroom for EduTech Day at FIT. We all spoke about how we are using websites and social media to buttress overall instruction. From the program: FLIPPED! Redefining the Classroom in the Age […]

Gowanus Open Studios 2013

I participated in Gowanus Open Studios 2013 in Brooklyn, New York. My art collective, the Gowanus Studio Space, was the base of operations for myself and several other members.

Shy Rabbit Print International 4

An International Juried Exhibition SHY RABBIT Print International 4 Shy Rabbit Contemporary Arts 333 Bastille Drive Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 July 27 – September 7, 2013 Juror: Michael Krueger Associate Professor of Art University of Kansas Lawerence, Kansas

NYU SCPS UX Design Intensive

I taught the Visual Design section, was brought back by the students at the end by a vote to help wrap up the final presentations. Class Description This 105-hour certificate teaches user experience methods and best design strategies through a structured process of inquiry, research, […]

PrintOcracy, A Fresh Print Movement

August 30 – Nov 30, 2013 Asheville BookWorks 428 1/2 Haywood Road, West Asheville, NC

MGC 3rd Annual Printmaking Juried Show

Manhattan Graphics Center 3rd Annual Printmaking Juried Show July 9 – August 18, 2013 Juror: Roberta Waddell, Curator of Prints Emerita, New York Public Library

Bridging the Gap Poster

In over seven meetings during spring 2013, 35 City Tech faculty members across many disciplines explored and discussed the importance of prior knowledge, knowledge organization and feedback in order to promote a more effective teaching-learning environment. This poster shows how participating faculty reflected on three […]

Ennui Free

The Ennui Free project consists of a printed sign and an accompanying website. The user hangs the sign up in a prominent place and begins to mark off the days spent ennui free. On days where he/she is struggling, the user goes to the website […]