Learn More About the Symposium's Call for Papers and Proposals Here.
The University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art and The School of Social Work (in partnership with Florida State University), are hosting the 10th annual Art and Education for Social Justice Symposium. This symposium follows an interdisciplinary approach into how art and education can support social justice. The goal of this symposium is to include and amplify voices that are often on the margins of academia and to share the methodologies and results of practices that strive to have a direct public impact. The encounter will focus on the guiding question: How are art and education inspiring, affecting, and promoting social change?
The symposium will be held in the Lamar Dodd School of Art Building at University Georgia in 2020. The Lamar Dodd School of Art’s Main Building is located at 270 River Road, Athens, GA 30602. Information on directions and parking can be found here.
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• Past, present, and future re-imaginings
• Artmaking: Praxis
• Communities, coalitions, and collaborations
• Spatial politics and liberation
• Eco-justice, sustainability, and resilience
• Unheard voices in community and academia
The symposium welcomes submissions from scholars, graduate students, community members, practitioners, educators, and artists. Proposals should be submitted under one of two broad categories: (1) Research (completed or in-progress), or (2) Practitioner-Based Artistic/Community Projects (completed or in-progress). Learn more about proposals and guidelines here.
Submission deadline: September 1, 2019
Notification of acceptance: November 15, 2019
Registration will open: November 1, 2019
All inquiries regarding the symposium can be directed to the symposium
coordinator, Kihyun Nam (email@example.com) or to Co-chairs of the AESJ Conference, Lynn Sanders-Bustle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Llewellyn Cornelius (email@example.com)