The Artist and Researcher as Activist - Shared screen with speaker view
Hello everyone! We are glad you are joining us this evening!
Hello, so nice to be here!
Yes, thanks for joining us tonight!
Hello Theresa! Where are you from?
I am in Pittsburgh Pa
Glad to have PA in the house!
Hi All! Lorraine from Delaware here
Hello my friend Lorraine! So glad you are joining us!
Trina, will we receive the slide share of the webinar?
Hello all! Laura from a snowy Omaha!
That’s a question for Justin and Dennis, but I believe the answer is yes . . . it will be posted on the NAEA website soon.
Yes it will be available.
Thank you, Dennis!
Hello Nebraska and Oklahoma! I’m in Manhattan, Kansas! Snow here!!!!
I agree! Powerful!
Hi everyone! I’m Amber in Virginia
Welcome everyone. Please feel free to post questions or comments. We will try to address them at the end.
Thank you Michelle :)
Great job Dr. Powell!
I am intrigued with how this project built from one aspect of it to another . . . .
Me too these are beautiful :)
Great job Susannah! I really am interested in these projects you shared.
Susannah I love the layers of identity so presnet
Thnak you and yes we can discuss this anytime.
Susannah, I’d like to visit with you about some collaboration. The storyboard project I am doing and the plywood, nail, and wire expressive project you have done have some unique similarities. I think we could do something with these projects together the future.
Agreed. Great connections so far…
To everyone watching . . . . my doctoral gown this fall is going to be so amazing, thanks to Dr. Wilson’s sharing of her experience.
Gloria, I love this so much, and the auto ethnographic structure made visible through your gown. I love the processes metaphoric articulations through garment construction, it speaks and creates inquiry in and of itself…you have created a platform for inquiry for others through your gown, so terrific!
I’m so impressed with Dr. Wilson’s research. Valuable, meaningful, thought provoking, and we all are growing and learning from her. Thank you Dr. Wilson for sharing this.
What a great metaphor connecting stitching to identity. Thank you for sharing this work, Dr. Wilson!
Dr. Wilson, this is giving me an entire new outlook on what research can be and what the presentation can look like.
hi Lorraine! Thank you for this comment ; )
HI Shea! Good to see you on! Thanks, this has been my favorite research project. It allowed me to get back to my sewing “roots!”
Thanks so much Nancy, glad you joined us!
Wonderful relation to arts based research and visual representation of data using technology. Thanks Justine for sharing this research.
Hi Nancy! YES to all things garment construction : ). Where are you located?
You all must be having great/warm weather, as I hear?
Imagine Humor and Research Wow!
Justin this is really amazing and links so directly to arts and sustainability, this is such an untapped area in art education and eco-environmentalism, super cool! :) Love your artwork too!
Dr. Powell (Hi Heidi)- I have enjoyed following your research travel over the years and relate very strongly to your idea of objects revealing memory
Thanks all for your comments so far. We are looking forward to engaging with you all by responding to questions. Please do post any now. Thanks.
I wasn’t raised in the US in my formative years, and was very connected to both my parents cultures
When we “came back to the US I didn’t fit in culturally not was able to read and write in English well…It was art that helped me find a voice as a kid through cultures and haptic experiences
or my parents were explorers :) hehe
HI Trina, Congratulations! Your work is so terrific! Thanks so much for giving us frameworks for emotional healing and art. Beautiful! :) The girl’s story is beautiful, hugging her artwork :)
This is so inspiring to hear as an artist who loves research and activism.
Nancy, my mother and specifically, her brothers were tailors…as a teenager, I would find photos of garments that I liked and my mom would send the photos to her brothers, in the Philippines…I would be lucky to receive replicas, made by my uncles, from the photos
I am teaching visual arts and conceptual design at a new middle school, which is implementing PBL and Design Thinking throughout the curriculum. We see many of these PBL works from the general classrooms, which is wonderful if the project furthers the student’s learning of the set objectives. In the art studio, we have seen notable growth in conceptual thinking strategies, lingering in the creative process, classroom positive interdependence, personal accountability, connection-making & meaning-making! However, the students’ skills and technique development have suffered from the new balance of time spent in scaffolded cognition, brainstorming, research, and creativity with the time spent on building and experimenting with studio skills. My question is if others have found a balance between the two? While we have grown deeply in one area, we are often only recognized for the aesthetic qualities our students present.
We need to like map out all of our research and make visible the connections between. It is really layered and robust!!
Hi Jen Bockerman!
That would be awesome :)
Yes, Nancy! What about your garment construction history?
That’s my goal!
Great question, Jennifer!
love crocheting! Wish I could knit…I’ve always wanted to learn
this is a terrific question because different educators value different approaches and you see it in their teaching
That’s surely what I’m after! Thanks!
Our pleasure—great comments and questions.
This was fun! Thank you!
Thanks for joining us!
Thank you to all of the presenters! I really appreciate you sharing your time. *applause*
Thank you to all the presenters! Informative and enjoyable!
Thank you so much for all the information!
Thank you so much! Very interesting and informative!
Thank you everyone!