Community Collaborations Panel > NOVEMBER 7, 2011 @ 6:30pm

All are welcome 

Community Collaborations: A Panel Discussion
Monday, November 7, 2011,
6:30-8:30pm, Room 844
Department of Photography & Imaging
Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
721 Broadway, at Waverly Place
New York, NY 10003
Join us for a panel discussion about art in an expanded field
featuring alumni panelists. Moderated by Lorie Novak, Professor of
Photography & Imaging and Co-Director of the
Department’s COmmunity COllaborations program

Petruska Bazin (’04) is Program Manager of The Laundromat Project,
Lauren Fabrizio (’05) is a licensed Art Therapist, Katie Kline (’05)
is the Teen Academy Coordinator at the International Center of
Photography, and Alice Proujansky (’02) is a teaching artist and Staff
Development Consultant at Urban Arts Partnership. The panelists will
give presentations about their work on their various projects as well
as their own art practices followed by a discussion.

The panel is presented is conjunction with Photography & Imaging’s
COmmunity COllaborations program,

COmmunity COllaborations: New York City Teens Speak Out (CoCo) is a workshop
program offered every spring semester in Tisch Photography & Imaging.
Teaching in teams, NYU students facilitate digital photography
workshops with NYC high school students using the department labs. The
program will expand in 2012 to offer free workshops to high school
students in any NYC school. For more information, please email

CoCo was founded by Lorie Novak and co-directed by Novak and Erika deVries.

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