Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design (C-PAD) Faculty Show

ANN CLEMENTS, Director of C-PAD

February 5 to February 28

Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design (C-PAD) Faculty Showcase

On View February 5-28, 2019

With its faculty showcase, the Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design (C-PAD) shares the research of the inaugural year of faculty Innovators in Residence. The projects of our researchers include designing teaching and learning, performing and exhibiting, and implementing pedagogical practices in both formal and informal settings.

While in the Borland Project Space (BPS), they will utilize the room to present in-progress work and to commune with partners from across the university. Throughout the showcase, resident work—ranging from video and audio to photography and other didactic materials—will be on view. 

C-PAD is a cross-disciplinary center whose goal is to advance arts and design pedagogies, research, and professional development applicable to learning and teaching in all disciplines. It serves as a nexus for scholars, artists, designers, practitioners, and community members who share a common interest in learning and teaching through the arts. C-PAD is a partnership between the College of Arts and Architecture and Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) at Penn State.

C-PAD supports its mission through a program for faculty Innovators in Residence, Discovery Grants for research, and an annual Teaching Award to reward excellence in pedagogy.