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SOFA 2013 Panel Discussion - from the association of israel's decorative arts

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Published on Jan 21, 2014

"IS IT AS GOOD FOR YOU AS IT WAS FOR ME?"




Panelists James Baker, Executive Director, Pilchuck Glass School, Seattle; Jean McLaughlin, Executive Director, Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC; Stuart Kestenbaum, Director, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME; Amy Schwartz, Director, Education & The Studio, Corning Museum of Glass; Aviva Ben-Sira, Director, AIDA, discuss the success achieved and how this model may be expanded to other countries.

Over the last few years, the Association of Israel's Decorative Arts (AIDA), has welcomed the directors of prominent US schools and museums to Israel to understand the art scene and introduce their schools. Working together with the directors of Bezalel, Shenkar and Tel Hai, AIDA has developed a robust scholarship program to connect these highly regarded programs to a specific community of gifted artists.

Moderated by Doug Anderson, Co-Founder, AIDA.
Presented by The Association of Israel's Decorative Arts (AIDA)

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