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Art in Education

While a current and former educator, I used to question why the work of fine artists is displayed at the Museum of Science and Industry rather than at an institute of art, an art museum or gallery. Later I learned that our public schools have targeted a STEM curriculum. Then the art world promoted the STEAM curriculum which is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. Fair enough…but the arts have always been Scientific, Technological, Engineered, and Mathematical. That is how the arts work! When schools focus only on STEM their curriculum is incomplete. It is impossible to eliminate the arts. – P. J. Stewart


P.J.  Stewart has earned recognition for her dry pastels, acrylics paintings, leather jewelry, and leather assemblages, electronic photo reconstruction, and graphic designs.

P. J. Stewart has received numerous awards for her work from various institutions. Her paintings, sculptures, and jewelry have been exhibited at the Neleh Art Gallery, Susan Woodson Gallery, Africa International House, South Side Community Arts Center, Art Institute of Chicago, Southern Illinois University, Chicago Cultural Center, African American Cultural Center (University of Illinois, Chicago), DuSable Museum, Chicago State University, South Shore Cultural Center, ISF, Sapphire and Crystals, Senior Artists Network, Gallery Guichard, on line, and several studio shows.

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