SPRING 2020 SHOWCASE
Partial Anecdotes is in essence a celebration of research and art education practices. Research is becoming less accessible as time goes by. Journals are locked behind expensive subscriptions, and obtaining access can be a time consuming and difficult process. Moreover, research that manages to reach the public is often scrutinized and doubted in an era of fake news, or taken out of context for other's agendas. As the first cohort of the NSCAD Master of Arts in Art Education program begin their own research process, we consider it crucial to showcase the variety of methodologies used, topics being engaged, and the new questions being posed. This showcase not only acts as an introduction to the program, but highlights our respective works that explore themes of pedagogy, curation, studio practices, and community engagement. These fragments signal the beginning of research that will help to generate innovative, more accessible knowledge generation approaches in the field of art education.
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Black Fatherhood: Washing Out Stereotypes
The Base of Creativity
Inside A Cube
From Granite to Gneiss
Mirroring technologies that are mirroring us
Social Media and Human Development