Event Details

Join us fo an upcoming Brown Bag Lunch session at PZ! Please join us on Wednesday, October 31, 12:30pm-2:00pm in the Nelson conference room (Longfellow #429) for Living the Collage Life: How the Principles of Collage are Relevant to Education and to Every Day Modern Life, a Brown Bag Lunch session with visiting artist and educator, Hanoch Piven. A little about this session:
"In the words of Paul Valery, “To see is to forget the name of that which we are looking at.” Making a collage with everyday objects is an insightful example of a playful, creative, and educational space. In this hands-on experience, we will experiment with learning to see various, emerging means of communication in discarded bits and pieces of "junk"."
About Hanoch:
Hanoch Piven is a collage artist and educator whose work has appeared throughout the last 25 years in most major American magazines and newspapers such as Time, Newsweek, Rolling Stone and many more. In addition to his editorial work, Piven has written and illustrated multiple books for children, created TV programs and developed the Parent’s Choice Award iPad App Faces iMake, Right Brain Creativity. Since 2003, Piven has been conducting creative workshops which apply the principles of his collage technique and geared at both children and adults. In that capacity Piven has collaborated with art therapist, psychologists, educators and organizational consultants to develop spaces which facilitate group communication and personal expression through the use of his accessible and playful method of creation. Piven is a Seeds of Peace Fellow applying his art method to foster interchange and dialogue between Jews and Arabs. A partial list of organizations and universities where Piven has lectured includes Facebook, WPP, HPE, Schering Plough, Pfyzer, Board of Education of the City of Bangkok, The Israel Ministry of Education, Harvard, Duke University, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, China Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA Beijing), Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University, School of Visual Arts (NY), IDC Herzliya, Instituto Europeo di Design (Rome), Art Center College of Design (Pasadena).
Kindly RSVP to jordy_oakland@gse.harvard.edu with your plans to attend. Also, please note that the venue may change if we exceed the capacity of PZ’s largest space, the Nelson conference room. I’ll be sure to let you know if and when the venue changes!