The Art of Teaching

Christopher Staley’s The Art of Teaching is a book on art pedagogy that explores the intersections of art and life, directed at professors and students alike. The book will include a wide range of topics, from insights on collegiality to why asking questions can be more important than providing answers. In The Art of Teaching, Prof. Staley will help students navigate the liminal space where art and life inform each other.

Anticipated publication date: Summer 2023

The Art of Teaching

Christopher Staley’s The Art of Teaching is a book on art pedagogy that explores the intersections of art and life, directed at professors and students alike. The book will include a wide range of topics, from insights on collegiality to why asking questions can be more important than providing answers. In The Art of Teaching, Prof. Staley will help students navigate the liminal space where art and life inform each other.

Anticipated publication date: Summer 2023

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Chris Staley

Chris Staley, Distinguished Professor of Art at Penn State University, was selected to be the Penn State Laureate for 2012-13 and was awarded Penn State’s Milton Eisenhower Distinguished Teaching Award in 2017. Prof. Staley’s work has been featured in many collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s permanent collection, the Smithsonian Institution’s Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of Art, and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

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