Lesley University announces an exhibition by Japanese artist Rinko Kawauchi from Sept. 4 to Oct. 30, 2014 in the university’s Main Gallery, 700 Beacon St, Boston, Mass.
When the Cambridge Historical Commission recognized Lesley with a Preservation Award this year, it signified both the university’s commitment to safeguarding the city’s buildings of yore while meeting present needs and building toward the future.
Lesley Professor Ben Mardell helps revamp Boston Public Schools’ early-education curriculum, inspires hands-on learning
Lesley student and documentary photographer Mario Quiroz dedicates his work to telling the stories of fellow immigrants.
The national award recognizes John Dickson’s dynamism and creativity in motivating students to learn about American civics and government.
After a competitive nationwide search, Lesley University has named Richard Zauft dean of the College of Art and Design, one of Lesley’s four schools, which grants bachelor’s and master’s of fine arts degrees, as well as professional certificates in disciplines, including animation, illustration, photography and digital filmmaking.
Three Interesting, Maybe Conflicting Ideas from Boston's SXSWedu Meetup
Professor Sue Cusack speaks about Lesley’s innovative technology partnership with Kennedy-Longfellow SchoolWBUR | Learning LabJuly 11, 2014
Artist Adam O’Day Wins Boston’s “Portrait of a City” Competition
Lesley alumnus Adam O'Day, who earned his BFA in illustration and design, wins Boston's "Portrait of a City" competition Boston Magazine July 8, 2014
San Anselmo arts veteran named head of Marin Center
Lesley alumna Gabriella Calicchio, who most recently served as chief executive of the Walt Disney Family Museum, will head California's Marin Center. Marin News July 8, 2014
'Transit' Captures the Spirit of Boston & Wins the Portrait of a City Competition
Artist Adam O'Day, who holds a BFA from Lesley’s College of Art and Design, won Boston's "Portrait of a City" contest BostInno July 8, 2014
Woods Gallery shows off ‘Wastelands'
Soviet-born artist Marat Paransky, who holds an MFA from Lesley, stages a new exhibition of art made from materials that would otherwise be thrown away Daily Tribune July 7, 2014
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