This year the Centennial Education Program at the University of Nebraska piloted an Artist in Residence Program which has significant potential for serving both the student body and the larger community. It benefited Centennial by broadening the basis of support for the Program and providing a mechanism for revitalizing the curriculum on a regular basis. From the artists' standpoint the Artist in Residence Program provides valuable wide-ranging experience.
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Smith, B.L. The Artist in Residence concept: A new direction in living learning programs. Alternative Higher Education 3, 120–122 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01080057
- Social Psychology
- Education Program
- Significant Potential
- Cross Cultural Psychology
- Large Community