Master of Arts in Teaching Capstone Exhibition
May 2 through May 19 in the Winfisky Gallery
As the final show of the year, the Winfisky Gallery is proud to present the tenth annual MAT Capstone Exhibition. The Master of Arts in Teaching Art (MAT) focuses on the academic and studio needs of teachers and visual artists who are professionally licensed to teach in Massachusetts. The program provides the skills and competencies needed by visual arts teachers and includes a strong studio component in addition to curriculum development and teaching methods. Students use their knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods within the field of art education to develop and implement well-crafted arts-based research in their art education classrooms. This year’s exhibition will feature the work of graduating MAT candidates Brian Dow, Elizabeth Hurley, Christine Lenzie, Christine Melo, Michelle Muzichuk, and Melissa Silveira.
Image: Painting by Elizabeth Hurley.
The Center for Creative and Performing Arts
The Center for the Arts provides diverse, high quality and affordable events in theatre, dance, music, creative writing, and art for all members of the university community and the greater North Shore. We produce nearly 100 events each year including student performances as well as shows by world class artists and performers.