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Visiting Voices: Black Women Artist-Educators on Anti-racist Art Education
The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is pleased to announce its Spring 2022 Visiting Voices Series event, Black Women Artist-Educators on Anti-racist Art Education, hosted by the Hurwitz Center. This panel—which consists of five Black women artist-educator-scholars and is facilitated by Florence Gaskins Harper Endowed Chair in Art Education, Dr. Pamela Harris Lawton—explores the challenges and opportunities for Black women art educators teaching about race and arts education with learners/audiences across the lifespan. Issues, strategies, and resources are discussed in an interactive conversation.

Panelists for this program are:

Dr. Amelia (Amy) Kraehe -- associate professor in the School of Art at the University of Arizona.

Chanel Compton -- executive director of the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture and the Banneker Douglass Museum in Annapolis, Maryland.

Mama Rashida Forman -- director, actress, teaching artist, community activist, song writer, storybook author, and Master Virtues Project facilitator.

Libya Doman -- K-12 art educator in Northern, Virginia.

Dr. gloria j. wilson --Founding co-director of Racial Justice Studio, co-editor of the forthcoming anthology A Love Letter to This Bridge Called My Back and Assistant Professor of Art + Visual Culture Education at the University of Arizona.

Dr. Pamela Harris Lawton --Florence Gaskins Harper Endowed Chair in Art Education and thought leader for the Hurwitz Center at the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Mar 29, 2022 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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