Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
For the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, we worked on several projects:
- Strategizing and Clarifying Art in Education Initiatives
- Strategizing and managing Artist As Activist initiative
- Evaluation of existing and proposing next steps for Oral History Project
- Developing and producing programs for the Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space during its initial Installation. Our programs included: Understanding USA, a conversation with Richard Saul Wurman and Nancye Green; American Voices, an evening of poetry with Mark Doty, Tom Healy, Marie Howe, and Patricia Smith hosted by Jeff Gordinier, New York Times, and an interview with Norman Lear.
NORMAN LEAR AT RAUSCHENBERG PROJECT SPACE
We The People on TV: Norman Lear, producer, social activist, philanthropist, and recipient of the National Medal of Arts interviewed by Anna McCarthy, professor of cinema studies, New York University; author, The Citizen Machine and Ambient Television. Filmed and directed by Drew Harty, Galene Studios. Produced by Dorothy Dunn Consulting. Copyright The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, 2012.
THE POWER OF ART April 25 – 28, 2013
Celebrating its 20th year in 2013, The Power of Art honors the role of art in education to engage students with diverse learning styles and challenges. A three-day workshop in Washington, DC engaged participants (art teachers, principals and cultural partners) in tours and workshops at The Lab School, activity-oriented tours throughout the Smithsonian Institution, and discussions with leaders from the fields of art, art education, special education, and museums. For the first time in 2013, art teachers participated in partnership with their principals and cultural partners. Together, they adapted ideas, resources and activities they experienced during The Power of Art for implementation in their own school and community. The art teacher as leader, engaging diverse learning styles through art, and school and museum partnerships emerged as important themes during the program.
The Power of Art is a partnership between The Lab School of Washington, DC and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution.
Curiosity Inspired by Robert Rauschenberg, students at The Lab School collaborated to create this mural.
Teaching The Power of Art participants learn first-hand how art is integrated across the curriculum to engage students with diverse learning styles and challenges at The Lab School Washington, DC.
Chris Rauschenberg Chris Rauschenberg joined The Power of Art to celebrate the program’s 20th year.
Emotion Improvisation Participants in The Power of Art find their voices through improvisation at The Lab School Washington, DC.
Totem Goals Students at The Lab School Washington DC express their goals through masks and totem poles.
Lab School Participant Participants in The Power of Art adapt program activities for their own schools and communities.
Art Lab at the Hirshhorn Museum The Power of Art was offered in collaboration with The Smithsonian Institution. Participants arrive at Art Lab at the Hirshhorn Museum.
Art Lab Keyboard Making music at Art Lab, Hirshhorn Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
Observing Sculpture The Power of Art participants practice observational skills in the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution.
Slow Art Smithsonian Exploring art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM).
Slow Art Smithsonian II Participants in The Power of Art practiced sketching and observational skills at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM).