Art Education students at the NAEA

Art Education Graduate Research Symposium

The Art Education Graduate Research Symposium is an annual event that provides graduate students an opportunity to present their research to the campus community and the public at large. The symposium is designed to advance research theory and practice within the field of art education by engaging future leaders in scholarly conversations that address intellectual and practical issues.
 


2022 Symposium

April 8, 2022
10am – 3pm

Abstracts and Bios  PDF


10:00
Welcome


10:05
Zoë Fejeran (she/her)
Bold, Brave, & Essential: Investigating the Intersections of DEAI and Educational Programming at the Baltimore Museum of Art


10:35
Michael B. Shissler Jr. (he/him)
The State of Queer Inclusive Art Education: Narrative Inquiry into Texas’s Discriminatory Education Legislation


11:05
Carlos Becerril (he/him)
Kreattive.com: Creativity as a Basic Tool for a Digital Life


11:35
Ariana Zaia (she/her)
Developing a Contemporary Ceramic Arts Curricular Resource for K–12 Educators


12:05
Break


12:45
Olivia Spiers (she/her)
Trauma and the Post-COVID Museum


1:15
Aunica Cesena (she/her + they/them)
Teaching about the Texas Freedom Colonies: An Elementary Collaborative Claymation Project


1:45
Raina Michalovic (she/her)
Creative Placemaking in an Art Education Classroom

[No video available]


2:15
Daedelus Hoffman (he/him)
Artists Talk: A Working Oral History of The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s Tuesday Evenings at the Modern

[No video available]


2:45
Closing
 


2021 Symposium

April 16, 2021
Noon – 5pm

Abstracts and Bios  PDF

Noon
Welcome

12:05
Sarah Selinger
Community Art and Public-School Partnership: A case study of the participation of one public-school art program with the East Austin Studio Tour

12:35
Erin Frisch
Stitching Female Education: The Marsh School and 18th Century Embroidery in the U.S.

1:05
Karen Marco
Moving Beyond  Compliance and Towards Diversity Equity Access and Inclusion: A Case study of the programming and institutional initiatives at the Dallas Museum of Art that embrace DEAI

1:35
Break

1:40
Susan Rather, Chair of the Department of Art and Art History

1:45
Alexis Pierce
Women and nail art: A descriptive case study

2:15
Leslie Flores
Teaching English Language Learners in the Art Classroom

2:45
Julia Davis
Interactive, Participatory Educational Spaces in Denver Art Museum’s Martin Building

3:15
Break

3:20
Paige Gandara-Valderas
Caricatures at-a-glance: A Resource for Art Educators

3:50
Cole Godvin
Serenbe: Examining the Impact of Arts Programming on Resident Subjective Well-being in a New Urbanist Master-planned Community

4:20
Closing

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