Marilyn JS Goodman specializes in arts-in-education for schools and cultural organizations, and project development for new museums geared to children.
• Staff development workshops for school and museum educators.
• Linking the arts with the basic elementary school curriculum
• School and museum learning activities using works of art.
• Educational outreach programs and materials.
• International arts-in-education projects and exchanges.
• Developing concepts, strategies, programs, exhibits, curriculum and interpretative models for new or existing children’s institutions.
• Writing art educational materials.
Clients (partial list):
• Thirteen/WNET-TV, NY & Three Chicks Productions, Seattle, WA
• Colegio de Architectura, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
• The Design Center, Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA
• Aprendiendo a traves del arte, a program of Fundación El Comercio, Quito, Ecuador
• Creative Discovery Museum, Chattanooga, TN
• Explora: Centro de Ciencias y las Artes, Panama, R.P.
• Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago di Compostela, Spain
• Aprendiendo a traves del arte, Mexico D.F.
• Joseph Power Architects, Cincinnati, OH
• Children’s Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
• Mapache Children’s Museum, Panama, R.P.
• Learning To Read Through the Arts, Inc., NYC, in collaboration with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC
• Nassau County Museum of Art, NY
• Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Harrisburg, PA
• Daytona Museum of Arts and Sciences, FL
• Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities, Boston
• Worcester Art Museum, MA
• Heritage Plantation Museum, Sandwich, MA
• Department of Visual & Performing Arts, Clark University, Worcester, MA