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Published: March 15, 2001.

Speakers

Melissa Phillips
Associate Director, Public Programs,
Whitney Museum of American Art
Education
945 Madison Ave.
New York NY
10021 USA
Email: Melissa_Phillips@whitney.org
http://www.whitney.org

Melissa oversees educational programs for adult, families, schools, seniors, and youth as well as the Library and the Independent Study Program. With her additional expertise in new media, she leads a distance learning effort to connect K-12 schools across the county to the Museumís Permanent Collection and Education Departmentís expertise. She has extensive experience in arts education, media production and educational design. She has advised educators across the country and in Europe on integrating new media and visual literacy into teaching and learning. Melissa received a B.F.A. in Film and an M.A. in Education from Ohio State University and a Ph.D., abd from New York University in Media, Culture and Education.

Melissa will present The Whitney Goes to School: Chaos and Hopper