The goal of this symposium is to share the methodologies and results of practices that strive to have a direct public impact. The encounter will focus on the guiding question: How are art and design inspiring, affecting, and promoting social change?
Mark your calendars for the 9th Art and Education for Social Justice Symposium on Jan. 27th and 28th at 9:00 am in the Williams Johnston Building, Department of Art Education, 143 Honors Way at Florida State University. Social justice is a broad objective that inspires an interdisciplinary approach and of interest is how art and design can support such initiatives. We would like to welcome keynote speaker, and award winning author Dr. Amber Johnson, from Pennsylvania State Department of Communication Arts and Sciences. Among other notable accolades, Dr. Johnson founded Justice Fleet, a mobile museum that travels into neighborhoods teaching about “Radical Forgiveness, Radical Imagination, Transfuturism and Black Girl Magic.” https://youtu.be/Lh8KUSV21-E
Besides the symposium format there will be two workshops offered at no additional cost!
Contact Rachel Fendler, Art Education Assistant Professor: email@example.com for more information.
$30.00 registration fee at: https://art4socialjustice.wordpress.com/registration/
FSU Students will have a discounted registration fee.
Or you may pay at the door beginning at 8:30 am.
2018/01/27 - 2018/01/28
Additional time info:
Registration begins at 8:30 am
Reception Saturday, Jan. 27. @ 6:00 pm
Closing remarks begin at 11:30 am on Sunday, Jan 28.