Adriana  Katzew

Title: Assistant Professor

Degrees: BA, Harvard University; M.Ed., Harvard University Graduate School of Education; Ed.D., Harvard University School of Education

Exhibitions Bakalar and Paine Galleries, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Selections 10, Feb.-March 2010. El Taller Boricua Galleries (New York, NY), En Foco New Works Photography Awards Winners, May-July 2008. Colburn Gallery (University of Vermont), curator and artist, group show on immigration issues, "Passport to Paradise? Cuidado: Border Crossings," April 2007.

Publications Katzew, A. & De Katzew, L. (forthcoming 2011), Chicana/o Student Protesters and "Producers of Visual Education," in M. Berta-Avila, J. Lopez Figueroa, and A. Tijerina Revilla (eds.), Marching Students: Chicana/o Identity and the Politics of Education 1968 and the Present, Unversity of Nevada Press. Katzew, A. (forthcoming, Sept. 2010) Y Se Repite (Artist Statement and artwork), Art Education. Katzew, A. (2010) Teaching about Diversity through Art Education: A Chicana's Perspective at a Predominantly White University in R. Johnson and G. Harris (eds.) Women of Color in Leadership: Talking their Rightful Place, San Diego, CA: Birkdale Publishers. Katzew, A. (2010) "Making Chicanos Think": The Private, Public, and Political in Yolanda Lopez's Art, in M. Precup (ed.) American Visual Memoirs after the 1970s: Gender, Sexuality, and Visibility in the Post-Civil Rights Age, Bucharest, Romania: Zeta Books. National Art Education Annual Conference, 2010, Baltimore, MD, The Barrio Mobile Art Studio: providing visual arts and cultural pride for Mexican American children. The Educational Needs and Strengths of Mexican Youth and Families, Teacher's College, Columbia University, 2009, Serving the Latino Community through Art Education (as part of the panel: Arts Education and the Mexican Community in New York City). Latino/as and the Media Conference, John Jay College, CUNY, New York, 2009, Shut Up?! Ugly Betty Re-presenting Latina/os.

Awards Winner, En Foco 2007 New Works Photography Awards (New Works #11)

Other Researcher, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, conduct qualitative research study about the experiences of students of color at MassArt, start date: Fall 2010. 2010-present: Diversity Leadership group at MassArt. Fall 2009-present: Core member, SURDNA Artward Bound Planning Committee. Reviewer, President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities 2009 Coming Up Taller Awards. Panelist, National Endowment for the Arts, for the Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth-Media Arts panel, Washington D.C. Fall 2008. Member, National Advisory Board, ImaginArte Project, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2007-present. Executive Director and Photography Instructor, City Clickers, Inc., Philadelphia, a photography and literacy program for Latina/o immigrant youth, 1995-1997. Resident Artist, Taller Puertorriqueno, a community art center, Philadelphia, 1995-1996. J.D. University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1995.