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Flavia Maria Cunha Bastos

Title: Professor
Office: 4280D Aronoff Center
Tel: 513-556-2520
Email: bastosf@ucmail.uc.edu

Flávia Bastos, Ph.D., is a Brazilian native who lives and
works in Cincinnati. Flávia is Professor in Visual Arts Education, in the School of Art, University of Cincinnati. She also directs the Art Futures Program, a community- based initiative that prepares local youth through the process of socially engaged art to consider professional careers and college. Her research and scholarship are indebted to her Brazilian roots, experiences with social and cultural diversity and inspired by the educational philosophy of educator Paulo Freire. Therefore, art education practices are fueled by progressive education ideas that honor the artistic potential and celebrate possibilities and talents of all people. Flávia’s recent accomplishments include being Director of the Higher Education Division of the National Art Education Association and member of the Council of Policy Studies in Art Education; receiving in 2009 the Ziegefeld Award of the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) for her distinguished service in international art education and in 2007 the Mary J. Rouse Award of the National Art Education Association Women’s Caucus. She is past senior editor of the Journal of Art Education and has published and lectured extensively in the United States and other countries such as such as South Africa, Brazil, Chile, Indonesia, Spain, and Portugal. Her books include Transforming City Schools through Art: Approaches to Meaningful K-12 Learning, a co-edited volume published by Teachers College Press (2012), and the anthology Connecting Creativity Research and Practice in Art Education: Foundations, Pedagogies, and Contemporary Issues, recently released by the National Art Education Association.

Education

  • Ph.D, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN., 1999 (Art Education).
  • Bachelor of Arts , University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre,Brazil, 1989 (Pedagogy).
  • Master of Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1996 (Art Education).

Research Information

Research Interests

Community-based art education, art education theory and methods, global and international art education, social-reconstruction and education, qualitative and arts-based research methods, cross-cultural and ethnographic research, participatory action-research, minority and underrepresented education, community-based art and social-practice art, community empowerment, service-learning.

Research Support

  • DAAP Camp Scholarships for Art FUTURES students, UC Diversity. 2015.
  • University Editorial Scholarship; full UGS and stipend for an editorial assistant over 2 years, Graduate School, University of Cincinnati. 2009 to 2011.
  • University Research Council Interdisciplinary Grant, University of Cincinnati. 2009 to 2010.
  • Faculty Development Council Interdisciplinary Award, University of Cincinnati. 2009 to 2010.
  • (PI), Bastos, Flavia Maria Cunha, Artist in Residence, Ohio Arts Council. (080032), 07-01-2008 to 09-30-2008.

Publications

Published Books

  • Bastos, F. M. C. & Zimmerman, E. (In Press). Connecting Creativity Research and Practice in Art Education. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Book Chapters

  • Bastos, F. M. C. Creating communities at home and abroad. Through the prism: Looking into the spectrum of writings (pp. 29-46). Reston, VA:National Art Education Association..
  • Hutzel, K., Bastos, F. M. C., & Cosier, K. (Eds) (2012). Introduction and Conclusion. Transforming city schools through art: Approaches to Meaningful K-12 learning New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2012). Artful cityscapes: Transforming urban education with art. Transforming city schools through art: Approaches to meaningful K-12 learning (pp.13-23). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2011). Understanding African Heritage in a Transnational Perspective: An Experience in Brazil. Art, Culture and Ethnicity (pp.107-112). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2012). Seeing the city: Resources, assets, and possibilities.. Trasforming city schools through art: Approaches to meaningful K-12 learning (pp.11-12). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2011). Understanding African Heritage in a Transnational Perspective: An Experience in Brazil. Art, Culture and Ethnicity (2nd edition) (pp.107-112). Reston, VA:: National Art Education Association.

Other Publications

  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2015). Creating communities: The practice of visual arts educators today. The Painted Monkey: The Official Newsletter of the California Art Education Association, 41 (1), 9.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2015). Making the invisible visible. NAEA News, 57 (2), 9.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2014). Higher Education forums: An evolving tradition. NAEA News, 56 (5), 9.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2014). Artistry of leadership: Musings about the first National leadership conference. NAEA News, 56 (4), 9.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2014). Post-NAEA Musings: Conventions as Sites for Leading and Learning. NAEA News, 56 (3), 9.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. & McKay, S. W. (2014). Higher Education Division. NAEA News, 56 (2), 9.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2014). Higher Education Division. NAEA News, 56 (1), 10.
  • Bastos, F.M. C., Daiello, V., Holland, K., & Luessen, C. F. Hernández, Fendler, R. (Eds.), (2013). Walking spaces for socially engaged arts- based research: Reflections and disruptions in practice. 1st Conference on Arts-Based and Artistic Research: Critical Reflections on the Intersection between Art and Research, 185-194 Barcelona, Spain.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2013). Higher Education Division. NAEA News, 55 (5), 10.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2013). Participation. NAEA News, 55 (3), 9.
  • Bastos, F. M. C. & Zimmerman, E. (Eds) (2015). Connecting Creativity Research and Practice in Art Education: Foundations, Pedagogies, and Contemporary Issues. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.
  • Romanos, M. C., Bastos, F. M.C., & Jenkins, L. (2010). Use of the arts as stimulus for economic development: Strategies for sustainable economic development and cultural preservation...

Technical Reports

  • Romanos, M. C., Bastos, F. M.C., & Jenkins, L. (2010). Use of the arts as stimulus for economic development: Strategies for sustainable economic development and cultural preservation...

Additional Publications

Newspaper Article

  • Bastos, F. M. C. & McKay, S. W (2014). Higher Education Division (pp.Pg. 9-10)..

Editorial

  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2010). Place, 63 (6), Journal of Art Education (pp.4-5)..
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2010). What does social justice art education look like?, Journal of Art Education, 63 (5) (pp.2-3)..
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2010). Voice 2, Journal of Art Education, 63 (4) (pp.4-5)..
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2010). Language, Journal of Art Education, 63 (3) (pp.4-5)..
  • Bastos, F. M. C. (2010). New media art education, Journal of Art Education, 63 (1) (pp.4-5)..

Presentations & Lectures

Invited Presentations

  • (2013). “Transforming Cities through Art: Pedagogies of Change and Empowerment” University of Barcelona, Spain.
  • Bastos, Flavia (04-2014). AITM Today Presentation to community art course, Art Education Program, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.
  • Bastos, Flavia (2012). Colonialism, Resistance, and Transformation: A Brief History of Art Education in Brazil Visiting Artists and Scholars Program, Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.
  • Bastos, Flavia (01-2015). STEM to STEAM: Art Education for Today’s Students Evenings for Educators, Cincinnati Art Museum.
  • Bastos, Flavia (04-2014). Brazilian Art and Community Work Arts Administration, Education, and Policy Colloquium, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
  • Bastos, Flavia (02-2014). Brazil Art, Culture, and Society World Vision Program, Wexner Center of the Arts, Ohio State Univeristy, Columbus, OH.
  • Bastos, Flavia (03-2013). Outsider Art Reel Abilities Film Festival, Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Bastos, Flavia (10-2012). Everyday Innovation: The “little c” and the “BIG C” of creativity Introduction to Innovation Course, Center for Entrepreneurship Education & Research, Carl H. Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati.
  • Bastos, Flavia (05-2012). Teaching Art for Social Justice Evenings for Educators, Cincinnati Art Museum.
  • Bastos, Flavia (11-2011). Art Educators’ Visual Eyes Creativity (Keynote) Ohio Art Education Association, Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Bastos, Flavia (10-2010). Subversive Marks: Transgressive Meanings: Children’s Books by Brazilian Cartoonist Ziraldo Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio.
  • Bastos, Flavia (05-2010). Black Atlantic Art: Hybrid Cartographies of Brazil Minority Languages and Cultures of Latin America Program Spring Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
  • Bastos, Flavia (04-2010). Art Education and Contemporary Art Authors, Editors, and Composers, University of Cincinnati, OH.
  • Bastos, Flavia and Corrina Mehiel (09-2014). The pedagogical turn: A case against social Practices and participatory arts-based arts research methods Second BMBF-Workshop: International Perspectives of Research in Arts Education , German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, Germany,.
  • Bastos, Flavia (01-2013). Walking spaces for socially engaged arts-based research: Reflections and disruptions on practice Conference on Arts-Based and Artistic Research: Critical reflections on the intersection between art and research, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Colloquia

  • Bastos, Flavia; Mehiel, Corrina (09-2014). The pedagogical turn: A case against social practices and participatory arts-based research methods. BMBF Workshop: International Perspectives of Research in Arts Education, Dusseldorf, Germany.
  • Bastos, Flavia (01-2013). Walking spaces for socially engaged arts-based research: Reflections and disruptions on practice. Conference on Arts-Based and Artistic Research, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Zimmerman, Enid (03-2015). Reconsidering Creativity in Art Education. National Art Education Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Broome, Jeff (03-2015). Conversations with Colleagues: Connecting with Higher Education Art Educators. National Art Education Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Bastos, Flavia (03-2015). Meet the Authors. National Art Education Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Zimmerman, Enid (03-2014). Using Innovative Teaching Practices and New Technologies to Reconsider Creativity in Art Education. National Art Education Association Conference, San Diego, California.
  • Bastos, Flavia (03-2014). Clothes Swap as Participatory Art and Education. National Art Education Association Conference, San Diego, California.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Daiello, Vittoria; Holland, Kris (03-2013). Creating a Community of Leaders in 21st Century Art Education. National Art Education Association Conference, Fort Worth, TX.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Hutzel, Karen; Buffington, Melanie (03-2014). Seeing Art as Central to Urban Education Reform. National Art Education Association Conference, Fort Worth, TX.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Zimmerman, Enid (03-2013). Developing a Community of Inquirers: Strengthening the Role of Creativity in Art Education. National Art Education Association Conference, Fort Worth, TX.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Zimmerman, Enid (03-2012). Mind the Gap: Connecting Research and Practice about Creativity in Art Education. National Art Education Association Conference, New York, NY.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Diket, Read; Davis, Jack; Zimmerman, Enid (03-2011). Fellows Forum: Creativity over the Lifetime. National Art Education Association Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Hutzel, Karen (03-2011). Lasting Transformations: Outcomes of a 13-year Community-Based Art Education Program. National Art Education Association Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Zimmerman, Enid (04-2010). Practical Resources for Reconsidering Creativity Middle Level Art Classrooms. National Art Education Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Bode, Patty; Funk, Clayton; Gude, Olivia; Castro, Juan Carlow; Buffington, Melanie; Staikdis, Dryssi; Tavin, Kevin (04-2010). Super Section: Investigating Social Justice through Art and Theory: Questions, Practice, and Research. National Art Education Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Hafeli, Mary; Moore, Jo-Anna (04-2010). Super Section: Teaching Art in Urban Contexts. National Art Education Association Conference, National Art Education Association Conference.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Ballengee-Morris, Christine; Kundu, Rina; Aquila, Kelli (04-2010). Writing for Art Education. National Art Education Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Ballengee-Morris, Christine; Kundu, Rina; Aquila, Kelli “Art Education Editorial Board Meeting. National Art Education Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Bastos, Flavia; Carson, Mindy (11-2011). Teaching Students to Create Meaning through Photo Dyptychs. Ohio Art Education Association, Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Bastos, Flavia (11-2010). Writing for Art Education. Ohio Art Education Association, Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.

Honors & Awards

  • Mary Rouse Award2007. Women's Caucus, National Art Education Association.
  • National Ziegfeld Award2009. United States Society for Education through Art.
  • Council of Policy Studies in Art Education Elected Member2011.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 2011 to 2012, Interim Director, School of Art ( University of Cincinnati), Cincinnati,OH.
  • 2013 to 2015, Director of Graduate Studies (2002-2011, 2013-2015), School of Art (University of Cincinnati), Cincinnati,OH.
  • 08-2009 to 12-2009, Visiting Professor of Art Education, University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil.
  • 08-2014 to To Present, Professor of Art Education, School of Art, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • 2014 to To Present, Program Direct, Art FUTURES (Fostering Urban Teens University-Related Experiences of Success), true.
  • 2006 to To Present, Associate Professor of Art Education, School of Art, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • 2001 to 2006, Assistant Professor of Art Education, School of Art, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

Service

  • Editor, Art Education 2011 to 2011
  • Associate Editor, Art Education 2009 to 2010
  • Committee Chair, Master's Committees Chaired, 2010 to 2015
  • Committee Member, Fine Arts Committees,
  • Doctoral Committee, 2014 to To Present
  • Committee Member, 2011 to 2014
  • to 08-20-2015
  • to 2014
  • 2013 to To Present
  • Coordinator, UC Foundation Employee Campaign, 01-2013 to 05-2013
  • CT&L New Faculty Mentorship Program New Faculty Mentor to Assistant Professor Cathy Crosby, 2012 to 2013
  • Member, Dean’s Executive Council, 2011 to 2012
  • Member, UC International Academic Director Search, UC International, to 2012
  • Member, Teaching for Hope and Justice Network Advisory Board, School of Education, UC, 2011 to To Present
  • Artswave Campaign Department Coordinator, to 2012
  • Member, University Assessment Team, 2010 to 2012
  • Member elected, Rieveschl Award for Creative and/or Scholarly Works Committee, 2010 to 2012
  • Member, Service-Learning Advisory Council, University of Cincinnati, 2007 to 2011
  • Member, DAAP Lecture Series Committee 2014 to To Present
  • Member, DAAP Graduate Studies and Research 2013 to To Present
  • Chair, School RPT Committee 2014 to To Present
  • Chair, Visiting Artists and Scholars Committee, 2013 to 2014
  • New Faculty Mentor to Assistant Professor Kris Holland, 2012 to 2013
  • New Faculty Mentor to Assistant Professor Vicki Daiello,, 2011 to 2012
  • Member, NASAD review committee 2011 to 2012
  • Member, Faculty workload committee to 2012
  • Member, Faculty Travel Committee 2011 to 2013
  • Chair, Art Education Graduate Program Committee, University of Cincinnati 2002 to 2011
  • Program Coordinator, 2011 to 2015
  • Member, Art Education Search Committee to 2010
  • Higher Education Division Director, National Art Education Association, 2013 to 2015
  • External Evaluator, Dr. Marina Sotiropoulou-Zorbala Promotion to the rank of Associate Professor in the Department of Preschool Education of the University of Crete, Greece, to 2014
  • External Evaluator, Assistant Professor Nicole Marroquin for tenure in the Department of Art Education at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, IL, to 2014
  • External Evaluator, Dr. Clayton Funk Promotion to the rank of Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Arts Administration, Education, and Policy, The Ohio State University, to 2013
  • Higher Education Division Director-Elect, National Art Education Association 2011 to 2013
  • Member, Selection and Promotion Committee for the Tenureship of Dr. M. Sotiropoulou-Zorbala, Assistant Professor in the Department of Preschool Education of the University of Crete, Greece, to 2012
  • External Evaluator, Assistant Professor Ryan Shin promotion to the rank of Associate Professor with tenure. School of Art, University of Arizona to 2011
  • External Evaluator, Assistant Professor Laura Trafi-Prats promotion to the rank of Associate Professor with tenure. Peck School of the Arts, Department of Art and Design, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, to 2011
  • Member, Editorial Board, Revista Digital do Laboratório de Artes Visuais [Journal of the Laboratory of Visual Arts], Federal University of Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, 2010 to 2011
  • Senior Editor, The Journal of Art Education, National Art Education Association, 2009 to 2010
  • Vice-Chairperson, Artistic Committee, Cincinnati Ballet 2015 to 2016
  • Advisory Board Member, ReelAbiltities Festival to 2015
  • Trustee, Cincinnati Ballet, 2012 to To Present
  • Board Member, Word Play 2012 to 2013
  • Design Committe Member, Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show 2011
  • Vice-Chair, Partners of the Americas Ohio Chapter 2010 to To Present
  • Associate Member, Harmony Garden 2010 to To Present

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

  • 2002 to To Present ,American Association of University Professors,
  • 2009 to To Present ,American Educational Research Association,
  • 1993 to 1998 ,Art Education Association of Indiana,
  • 1996 to To Present ,Associação Nacional de Pesquisadores em Artes Plásticas,
  • 2012 to To Present ,Federação de Arte Educadores do Brasil [Federation of Art Educators of Brazil,
  • 1995 to To Present ,International Society for Education Through Art,
  • 1993 to To Present ,National Art Education Association,
  • 2001 to To Present ,Ohio Art Education Association,

Courses Taught

  • Comments: Areas of Expertise: community-based art education; art education theory and methods; global and international art education; social-reconstruction and education; qualitative and arts-based research methods; cross-cultural and ethnographic research; participatory action-research; minority and underrepresented education; community-based art and social-practice art; community empowerment; service-learning.

 

The Master of Arts in Art Education program faculty are engaged in collaborations across the University (CCM, Arts & Humanities) and across DAAP, partnering in initiatives with the Art History and Fine Arts programs, the Schools of Design, Architecture, and Planning, and the Niehoff Urban Studio. A partnership with CECH's Teacher Education Division offers our students valuable recruitment initiatives, connections with urban schools, faculty resources, and interdisciplinary exchanges with Teacher Education faculty and students. Links to the wider university include the Action Research Center, the Center for Community Engagement, and UC International.

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Core Faculty in the Master of Arts in Art Education Program

 

Flavia Bastos, PhD, Professor

Professor Bastos’ scholarship is indebted to her Brazilian roots, experiences with social and cultural diversity, and inspired by the educational philosophy of educator Paulo Freire. It follows that her art education practices are fueled by progressive education ideas that honor a community’s artistic potential and celebrate possibilities and talents of all people. Flávia’s arts leadership accomplishments include her roles as Director of the Higher Education Division of the National Art Education Association (2012-14) and elected member of the Council of Policy Studies in Art Education. She has received the Ziegfeld Award of the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) in 2009 for her distinguished service in international art education and the Mary J. House Award of the National Art Education Association Women’s Caucus in 2007. She is past senior editor of the Journal of Art Education and has published and lectured extensively in the United States and other countries such as such as South Africa, Brazil, Chile, Indonesia, Spain, and Portugal. Her books include Transforming City Schools through Art: Approaches to Meaningful K-12 Learning, a co-edited volume published by Teachers College Press (2012), and the anthology Connecting Creativity Research and Practice in Art Education: Foundations, Pedagogies, and Contemporary Issues (2014) released by the National Art Education Association. Her current research examines the relationship between creativity and education and is captured in the upcoming book  “Permission to Fail: How Creative Teachers Shape a New Education.

 

Vittoria Daiello, PhD, Associate Professor

Professor Vittoria Daiello’s teaching and research are entwined and synergistic, propelled by an interest in writing and research methods of artists, designers and other creative practitioners. A visual artist by training, she views writing as an artful inquiry tool that brings critical reflexivity and ethical response-ability to arts and design education and research. Working to advance education opportunities through contemporary art, she is a member of the Contemporary Art Center (CAC) Education Task Force, and a collaborator in UC-CAC arts education initiatives. A recipient of The Ohio State University’s Marantz Distinguished Alumni Award (2016), and the DAAP Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching (2011), Daiello’s research is represented in international and multidisciplinary proceedings, including American Educational Research Association (AERA), the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (ICQI), the National Art Education Association (NAEA), Conference on College Composition & Communication (CCCC), and Foundations in Art: Theory and Education (FATE). Peer-reviewed research publications include Visual Arts Research Journal, Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, Studies in Art Education, Creative Approaches to Research Journal, The Handbook of Arts-Based Research (Guilford, 2017). Forthcoming books include “A Shimmering Assemblage: Writing Through Uncertainty, Precarity, and Transdisciplinarity” and “Visualizing Writing,” a writing methods primer for mentoring post-secondary arts and design research.

Kristopher Holland, PhD, Assistant Professor

Dr. Holland practices art and philosophy. His current research interests are philosophical inquiry methodologies, arts-based research, creative technologies, and art & design teacher education. He is presently researching the role inquiry and creative technologies play in educational curriculum within PK-12 Schooling with projects connected to Hughes STEM High School and the Nelson Mandela International School in Berlin, Germany.  He collaboratively runs an afterschool arts-based inquiry program and participates in the Hughes STEM HS Summer Scholars Program as a curriculum advisor and educator.  He also directs the biannual Berlin Summer Arts Inquiry program in collaboration with the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin running again in 2017. He is the Director of Visual Arts Education State Licensure for the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati. His conceptual art work The Habermas Machine was cited in James Rolling Jr.’s Arts-Based Research: A Primer, published in 2013 and exhibited in 2015. His forthcoming books include To The Derridean Sun: Deconstruction as Experience, the co-edited volume Materialism and Materiality: Essays and Articulations from the 2016 Biennial Žižek Studies Conference, the co-authored On Being a Fatal Theorist: Jean Baudrillard’s Strategy for the Anthropocene, and An Artist-Educators Inquiry Handbook for Saturday Art Programs. By combining the fields of philosophy and art education his work seeks to spark agency for students in the creative fields for social change and educative innovation.

 

Nandita Baxi Sheth, MCP, MA, Assistant Director Academic

Nandita Baxi Sheth works at the intersections of Art, Education, and Community as Assistant Director Academic in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati.  She works as DAAP’s Liaison to the UC/Hughes Initiative to design, coordinate, and implement college access and summer bridge programming with UC’s neighboring community high school.  Additionally she serves as DAAP’s Liaison for Diversity and Inclusion and leads the college wide Diversity and Inclusion Team.  In 2015 she obtained a Masters in Visual Arts Education and Ohio State Licensure in Visual Arts Education.  She teaches High School students in After School Programming with Hughes STEM HS and instructs in the Art Education Licensure progam.  She has a background in Architecture and Planning with an B.A. from Rice University, majoring in Architectural Studies, English, and Art and a Master’s of Community Planning from the School of Planning at DAAP.  Her research interests include: the application of arts based research methodologies to consider “wicked problems”; the curricular impacts of art and technology on education; exploration and development of cross disciplinary STEAM initiatives, and using the lenses of affect theory and aesthetics to craft alternate forms of assessment. 

 

Robert Russell, PhD, Emeritus, Adjunct Professor 

 

Karen McGarry, MFA, MA, Adjunct Professor 

 

Master of Arts in Art Education Affiliated Faculty

Due to the expansive and flexible nature of the program, many DAAP faculty will be secondary faculty including:  Kate Bonansinga, Dr. Bain Butcher, Amanda Curreri, Joe Girandola, Dr. Leah Hollstein, Dr. Danilo Palazzo, Jordan Tate, Craig Vogel, Michael Zaretsky, and others.

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Master of Arts in Art Education
 

Admission Requirements

Curriculum

 

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