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Additional Opportunities to Present at the 2023 NAEA Convention Call for Proposals



Additional Opportunities to Present at the 2023 NAEA Convention Call for Proposals


The Asian Art and Culture Interest Group (AACIG) of the National Art Education Association is proud to announce two additional In-person Forum I and Forum II presentation opportunities to present your scholarly work and pedagogical practices at the 2023 NAEA National Convention. The two forum sessions and topics are described below. ~~ Call for Proposals of AACIG Forum I: In-Person Presentation Pedagogical Practices of Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Arts and Culture in PK-12 Schools. Friday, April 14, 2023, 4:30 PM - 5:20 PM, Grand Hyatt/Sequin B/Level 4

In the interactive AACIG Forum I, we invite presenters to share their art curriculum, lesson plans, practices, strategies, innovative projects, narratives, or live experiences of teaching Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) arts and culture in a PK-12 school setting. We also encourage presenters to share their challenges, struggles, issues, and opportunities in teaching Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) arts and culture for PK-12 students. Through the interactive panel discussion, we expect to create an open and dialogic space to advocate equity, diversity, and inclusion in art education. Facilitators will moderate the session for discussion between panelists and audiences and attendees will gain an understanding of diverse Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) arts and culture teaching practices in PK-12 art classes with an authentic perspective, minimizing inappropriate cultural appropriation. ~~ Call for Proposals of AACIG Forum II: In-Person Presentation Pedagogical Approaches to Engage with AAPI Arts and Culture in Museums and Community Settings Saturday, 4/15/2023, 11:30:AM - 12:20:PM, Center/Meeting Room 208/Level 2

This panel presentation in AACIG Forum II will share pedagogical or outreach appraoches by art and museum educators who engage learners with AAPI arts and culture in museums and community settings. The panel presenters share and discuss strategies and methods in various forms, such as museum programs, workshops, and virtual projects that value and respect Asian arts and culture. This session also includes how museum and community educators have responded to the globalization of Asian art and popular culture, counter-curricular approaches to anti-Asian racism, and reaching out to Asian American communities. Participants will gain an understanding of how AAPI arts and cultures contribute to diversifying art education curricula in museum and community settings. ~~ To apply a proposal in one or both of the 2023 AACIG Forums, please follow the procedure below;

1. Submit an abstract related to each forum's topic (no more than 200 words). ● Indicate the title of the forum you will present (1) Pedagogical Practices of Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Arts and Culture in PK-12 schools (2) Pedagogical Approaches to Engage with AAPI Arts and Culture in Museums and Community Settings ● Provide a full description of your research, project, pedagogical practice, and/or personal narratives or inquiries. ● Describe how your presentation will advance theories and teaching practices of Asian art and culture. 2. Please send the completed proposal to the forum leader no later than midnight EST on Dec 20, 2023. Proposals for Forum I: Pedagogical practices of Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Arts and Culture in PK-12 Schools (In-Person) should be sent to Oksun Lee, Ph.D. at olee@uco.edu. ● Proposals for Forum II: Pedagogical Approaches to Engage with AAPI Arts and Culture in Museums and Community Settings (In-Person) should be sent to Ryan Shin, Ph.D. at shin@arizona.edu ~~ After the blind review, the selected presenters will be notified of their acceptance before January 15, 2023. If selected, a video call will be arranged before the NAEA convention to prepare each forum's in-person presentation. Thank you.

NAEA/Asian Art and Culture Interest Group

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