The Road Less Traveled Conference

School X'ing—Art Education and Environments

September 28, 2017 2:15 p.m.

This panel explored processes for creating and disseminating relevant, contemporary art programming and curricula inspired by art environments to enrich student learning and inspire future generations to connect with these unique art forms.

Moderator: Ann Brusky
Panelists: Dr. Liz Rex, Jarrod Roll, Marilyn Rolfsmeyer, Jen Balge

The study of art environments and the experiences of their creators are pathways for investigating a variety of art-making processes, enduring concepts, and multidisciplinary and material culture connections with learners. Educators can use these unique works as sites that engage communities in new understandings of art and provide opportunities for personal or collaborative creating. This panel explored processes for creating and disseminating relevant, contemporary learning experiences and curricula inspired by art environments.

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