More About Meryl
Meryl Meisler has been an art educator for the New York City Public Schools since 1979. She currently teaches computer art at The Institute for Collaborative Education—a small, New York City public school.
Prior to teaching, Meryl illustrated numerous nature and education publications. As adjunct professor at the College of Mount Saint Vincent and the New York Institute for Technology, Meryl trained teachers to include arts and technology across the curriculum.
Among Meryl’s career highlights are the inclusion of her students' collaborative work in the Whitney Museum Biennial, the Queens Hall of Science Collection, and at the New Museum of Contemporary Art. Meryl's own work has been (and still is!) exhibited internationally, she is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, and television profiles of her work as an artist and educator have been televised around the world.
See the work Meryl and her
students were working on in her video: http://teachersnetwork.org/teachnetnyc/mmeisler/bleeding_edge.htm
Links to Meryl's TeachNet Projects published by Teachers Network:
Dream Streets: http://teachersnetwork.org/teachnetnyc/mmeisler/dreamstreets.htm
Drawing the Line:
So-so Surreal Self Portraits:
Women's History Scrolls:
The Buddha Chronicles:
The LABEL Project:
Enter Through the Form:
China Culture Quest: