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Poggio Speaks at Conference About Collaborative Student Exhibition
Natacha Poggio, assistant professor of visual communication design at the Hartford Art School, spoke at the Connecticut League of History Organizations 2013 Annual Conference: "Better Together? Building Effective Collaborative Relationships."
The conference took place on June 3 in Waterbury, Conn.
Poggio was part of a panel discussion titled "Making it Work Before the Semester Ends: Cooking by the Book: Amelia Simmons to Martha Stewart," about the creation of an exhibit at the Connecticut Historical Society involving college students from two different disciplines and two different schools.
Poggio, together with faculty member Briann Greenfield of Central Connecticut State University and Rebecca Furer and Andrea Rapacz of the Connecticut Historical Society, talked about their experience – as well as the benefits and challenges – of coordinating and coaching 21 students to create the exhibition Cooking by the Book: Amelia Simmons to Martha Stewart.