The Distance Learning through
the Arts Project at Youngstown State University is still in the equipment
acquisition stage, although the television studio and artist's production
studio are up and running. Within these areas we are hosting:
series of visiting artists have given public
lectures and/or demonstrations.
An exciting, interdisciplinary
slate is committed for 2000-2001.
is being developed to broadcast from the Beecher
Center beginning January,
2001. It is targeted
to high school art students.
network of public visual arts teachers who are
highly interested in technological
issues has been
formed with regular meetings and exchanges planned for the school
year. An on-line gallery of student artwork is
being developed. Special broadcasts
of Dana School of Music concerts will be disseminated to public
schools through broadcast technology.
high definition video series is underway at the
Beecher Center, as well
as an animation series that
will be simultaneously broadcast at the Center and to various schools.
K-12 related activities are being developed.
educational partnership has been established
with the Pittsburgh
Center for the Arts to collaborate on programming,
as well as with the Eyebeam
Atelier in New York City
and the ZKM Museum in Germany.