Tylke and Monick-Isenberg Present at Education Conference
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MCAD alum Jeralise Tylke is co-presenting 'Digital Fluxus', a hands-on performative and interactive project at the National Art Education Associations (NAEA) conference in Boston on March 15 with Teaching Artist Professor Lynda Monick-Isenberg.

The project originated from the capstone course Teaching Artist Practicum and a lesson Jeralise prepared for 7th and 8th grade Algebra students in an arts integrated lesson at Barton Open School in 2018. The project was designed to provide K-12 art educators with an introduction to performance arts, Fluxus and digital opportunities in the classroom. 

The National Art Education Association advances visual arts education to fulfill human potential and promote global understanding. 

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