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Monday, October 19 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Charting the Unknown Terrain: a Collaborative Inquiry into Place-Based Making in Hybrid Spaces (Workshop)

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This session will start promptly at 3:00PM EDT. The room will open at 2:55PM. Please register as soon as possible and plan to arrive to the session on time so that the workshop facilitators can use their allotted 90 minutes. 

What new cartographies will help us navigate hybrid physical-virtual spaces and guide the way we create, share, engage, make equitable, and deliver arts inquiry in higher education? Due to the pandemic, we have lost the shared physical space that has been a central feature of the arts in higher education, and are suddenly working in distributed and diverse spaces, mediated by digital interfaces that impose new limitations and unfamiliar opportunities for our learning communities. Venturing into this territory, guided by an unfinished map, we are confronting new issues of equity and access to the shared “space” of arts inquiry, as we define the contours and boundaries of the hybrid learning environment in real-time. In this workshop, we will use a series of collaborative art-making activities as a case study to begin charting pitfalls and promising routes to help guide us in creating equitable learning environments for art inquiry in hybrid domains.


Perrin Teal Sullivan

Perrin Teal Sullivan is an artist, designer and educator. Her work in STEAM education focuses on integrating art and science practices to help learners of all ages develop new perspectives and enhanced capacity for understanding, and creating, the world around them. She works with... Read More →

Monday October 19, 2020 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT