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AERI Friday Dialogue Series:

A Just-In-Time Virtual Symposium

 

 

Below please find information on our exciting Friday Dialogue Series with information on how to register for each event.

1. Intersectionality Studies in Art Education, 5/10, 12pm ET*

The research group of Intersectionality Studies in Art Education presents a review of historical and contemporary research on intersectionality in art education, including theoretical frameworks, social categories, methodologies, and key concepts. The group will also engage the audience with questions and prompts for future-oriented and community-building practices toward equitable intersectionality research in our field.

 

Facilitators: Ryan Shin, Kathy J. Brown, Jeffrey M. Cornwall, Min Gu, Hyunji Kwon & Debrah Sickler-Voigt

 

Register in advance for this meeting by clicking here. You can also view, download, and share a flyer for this event. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

2. Relationalities, Entanglement & Affect, 5/17, 12pm ET

We will be meeting to discuss in progress texts, in-thought texts (not yet known or written),and have a dialogue where we share and give critical feedback, in particular, on the concepts of this cluster. If participants want to present their written texts or ideas for a not yet known text), each will have no longer than 3 minutes. The meeting is open to all and discussion and clarification of the concepts and their relationality to each other is the main goal.

 

Chairs: Kevin Tavin, Cala Coats & Laura Trafi-Prats

 

Register in advance for this meeting by clicking here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  

 

3. Civic Engagement: Public Pedagogy and Activism, 5/31, 12pm ET

In this session, panelists will discuss their current research projects, highlighting how our work connects with the topics of: civics, activism, community well-being, and public pedagogy. The presentations will address the following:

  • The guiding questions of each project

  • What and how are publics are engaged in the projects

  • How this work frames the idea of social impact

This session aims to create a dialogue around how the field of art education can contribute to social impact. The session will leave ample time for conversation and discussion in an effort to leave space for identifying the next steps to be taken in this emerging research cluster.  

 

Panelists: Joni Acuff, Michelle Bae-Dimitriadis, Rachel Fendler, James Haywood Rolling, Jr., Karen Keifer-Boyd, Amelia Kraehe, Sara Scott Shields, gloria b. wilson

 

Register in advance for this meeting by clicking here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

*All sessions are listed in Eastern Time (ET). ET refers to EST when EST is the local time and EDT when EDT is the local time.

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