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Thursday, October 22 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Session 7: Teaching with Galleries, Museums & Collections in a time of Covid: Case Studies from the Field / Creating an arts-integrated general education curriculum for first year freshmen: design and assessment plan / Exploring Youth Resilience through t

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Teaching with Galleries, Museums & Collections in a time of Covid: Case Studies from the Field (Halliday) - Many arts curricula are structured around object-based inquiry and engagement with museums, galleries, and collections. In a time of Covid, with restrictions on in-person visitation and museums impacted by furloughs, what are some of the strategies we can use to maintain these pedagogical and professional relationships, support our museum partners, and adapt our approaches?

Creating an arts-integrated general education curriculum (Millea, Bukoski) - The positive impacts of arts integrated curriculum at the K-12 level is well documented. This presentation describes a proposed curriculum modification and research design that would create an arts-integrated general education curriculum track for students at a public, mid-sized, research university primarily serving students from rural eastern North Carolina. We will describe the curriculum, research design, and institutional support and seek feedback from session participants.

Exploring Youth Resilience (Seale, Michaud) - The Madison Youth Arts Center is a new, multi-million dollar facility currently under construction in Madison, Wisconsin with an anticipated completion date of summer 2021. This center will help a wide-spread need for arts organizations in Madison to have equitable, accessible spaces to hold arts programming, increase programming capabilities, and thus reach more of Madison’s youth. Join a UW Master of Public Health graduate student and UW faculty member with the Center for Patient Partnerships at the UW Law School for a collaborative discussion exploring how the arts can be a powerful driver of well-being. When merging public health and the arts, what are the ways in which the Madison Youth Arts Center becomes more than a performance space, but also, a center for youth support to build resiliency through artistic expression? Be ready to roll up your sleeves and apply your ideas and creativity!


Amy Halliday

Amy Halliday is a curator, educator, and scholar from South Africa, now based in Boston as Director of the Center for the Arts at Northeastern University.  She has an MA in Teaching from Smith College, an MA in Art History from University College London (UCL), and a lifelong passion... Read More →

Meghan Millea

Meghan Millea is a professor of economics at East Carolina University. She teaches microeconomics, macroeconomics, and social issues. Her research includes academic publications in economics, practitioner work in regional economic impacts, and institutional assessments of university... Read More →

Taylor Seale

Taylor Seale is a graduate student in the Master of Public Health program at UW-Madison. She studied theatre and business administration for her undergraduate degree at Aquinas College, sparking a passion for arts education and community engagement. She is interested in using evidence-based... Read More →

Mary Davis Michaud

Mary Michaud serves as a faculty member and advisor for the La Follette School of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Thursday October 22, 2020 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT