The FSU Department of Art Education invites students, faculty, staff, and alumni to attend the Art Education Research Institute (AERI)’s Second Annual Research Symposium.
The AERI seeks to encourage and develop higher education research, increase scholarship opportunities, and boost the quality of art education research and methodologies. The symposium offers discourse between higher education scholars and researchers to disseminate ideas, methodologies, and critical dialogue. Panel discussions will include Disability Justice: Access, Ethics, and Equity Arts Education Research, Race and Racism in 21st Century Art Education, New Quantitative Methods, and Art Education and New Conservative Politics: Implications for Research.
FSU Art Education Assistant Professor Dr. Rachel Fendler will be presenting Mapping Desire Paths: Imagining Teaching and Learning Potentialities in Pre-service Education.
The Second Annual AERI Symposium will take place on on October 19th to the 21st at the Northern Illinois University’s Naperville campus. Those interested in registering for the event can do so through the AERI website.
Consider supporting the Department’s Art Education faculty and attend the Art Education Research Institute (AERI)’s Second Annual Research Symposium!