Teaching with Contemporary Art

See You in Seattle

The Art21 Education and Public Programs team is flying to Seattle this Thursday for the annual National Art Education Association conference March 17-20. We will be bringing season 4 artist Mark Dion and, um… serving lemonade! Join us for one or more of the events below:

Friday, March 18th:

8:30– 10:00am – Mark Dion Keynote Address

10:00-11:30am – NAEA Film Salon featuring William Kentridge: Anything is Possible

11:00am-1:00pm – Art21 in Context- An Off-Site Workshop at the Seattle Art Museum

2:00-4:00pm- Art21 Lemonade Stand w/ Mark Dion

Saturday, March 19th:

10:00-11:05am – NAEA Film Salon featuring Art21 Season 5: Systems (includes interviews with artists John Baldessari, Kimsooja, Allan McCollum, and Julie Mehretu)

11:00am-12:00pm – Mark Dion at the Olympic Sculpture Park

10:00am-4:00pm – Experience Mark Dion’s Neukom Vivarium at The Olympic Sculpture Park

5:00-6:00pm – SuperSession with Mark Dion, Vivarium docents, museum & classroom educators

Sunday, March 20th:

11:00am-12:00pm – Art21 Educators—Contemporary Artists, Films, and Flips in the Classroom

It should be a fun and festive few days. Stop by and say hello. Hope to see you there!


Joe Fusaro is the senior education advisor for Art21, and has written Art21’s “Teaching with Contemporary Art” column since 2008. He is an exhibiting artist and visual arts chair for the Nyack Public Schools in New York; and an adjunct instructor for New York University’s Graduate Program in Art and Arts Professions.
  1. Dear William,

    I would like to talk with you about the title:

    Anything is Possible?

    all best wishes,


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