Learning Laboratory and Community Center: Positioning the Academic Museum for Success
University of Minnesota | Conference Dates: June 27-30, 2019
Both higher education and civic responsibility are under siege today by economic, cultural, and political forces. Yet both are essential for a robust democracy. What can those of us working in academic museums and galleries do to help reverse this trend, and how do we advocate effectively for this work among our key stakeholders?
This year’s AAMG Annual Conference at the University of Minnesota invites you to reflect upon our relevance to parent institutions and local communities. Can we effectively bridge increasingly polarized values and priorities among our broad constituencies and still fulfill our mission and core values? How do we mentor students in the digital age? And what can we do to transform our institutions to reflect shifting demographics, financial challenges, and new learning methodologies?
We invite you to submit conference proposals that address these questions and topics. Please submit your proposal using this link by December 1, 2018. Continue reading “2019 AAMG Annual Conference: Call for Proposals”
The National Art Education Association (NAEA) and the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) will host a one-day symposium in Detroit, MI on October 13 exploring the impact of single-visit art museum visits on school children.
The NAEA/AAMD Impact of Art Museum Programs on Students Research Initiative is one of the first major research projects to seek a better understanding of and identify the value that art museum education brings to student learning within the formal, K–12 American school setting. This investigation assessed qualitatively and quantitatively the cognitive, affective, social, and other instrumental outcomes, resulting from single-visit, guided school programs. Continue reading “Symposium on Museum Education, Join NAEA & AAMD in Detroit this October”
The Australian History Museum and the Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia) are hosting two free events as part of our Learning &Teaching project, The Knowledgeable Object Symposium and Training Workshop, at the end of November
The Training Workshop (limited places available for the workshop day), aimed at teachers, students and early career professionals in education and the GLAM sector, will be held on Tuesday 27th November 2018 at Macquarie University. (Find out more here: http://bit.ly/TKOWorkshop ).
The Symposium, aimed at teachers, students, professionals and academics in education and the GLAM sector, will be held on Wednesday 28th November 2018 at Macquarie University. (Find out more about the symposium: http://bit.ly/TKOSymposium) and if you are interested in presenting please (download the abstract submission template here: https://t.co/WTdFlCvn7a)
Registration will be available online from late September, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries you have. Please forward this notification to any interested parties.
The #OBLCoP Project Team
[Object Based Learning Community of Practice]
Faculty of Arts Macquarie University, NSW 2109 Australia
If you’re a New York-based MFA student and/or entry level, part-time faculty member, there’s still time to submit a proposal for a Professional Development Workshop at CAA 2019, generously supported by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation. The deadline for twenty professional development workshops is now September 14.
Workshop leaders will receive a complimentary one-year CAA membership, a full Annual Conference registration for 2019, and a small stipend. (Please note that there may be only one leader for each Tremaine Foundation-supported workshop.) Continue reading “Attention Part-time Faculty & MFA Students: Submit a Workshop Proposal for CAA 2019!”
The 6th Latino Art Now! will consider a wide range of subjects relating to the this year’s theme: Sight Lines &Time Frames. “Sight Lines” refers to the building of critical visual literacy as well as the meaning-making curatorial practice of situating artworks in relation to each other and within multiple (art) histories. “Time Frames” signals that Latino art is an evolving notion traversing multiple generations and varying historical and social contexts.
Announcing Decipher, a hands-on design research conference at University of Michigan / Stamps in partnership with the AIGA Design Educators Community and the new DARIA Network (Design as Research in the Americas). The event will address crucial themes of defining, doing, disseminating, supporting, and teaching design research.
Design educators and practitioners from all disciplines are encouraged to submit. There are also opportunities to engage as submission reviewers and for students to serve as conference volunteers.
Hosted by the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design at University of Michigan September 27–29, 2018.