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Deadline for registrations and final commitments to present (presenters): June 30th, 2019
Deadline for registration to attend (non-presenters): September 15, 2019
About the 2nd International DSAE Conference
The 2nd International Conference on Disability Studies, Arts & Education will be hosted in Philadelphia (United States) at Moore College of Art & Design.
Beginning Thursday, October 3, and ending Saturday, October 5, 2019, the 2nd International Conference on Disability Studies, Arts & Education will bring together researchers, students, artists, art educators and members of the disability community who share an interest in, or whose work addresses, the intersections and interplay between critical disability studies, arts, and education.
$50 for the full event / $35 per day / $10 discount for all Students, National Art Education Association DSAE, & SNAE Interest Group Members and Council for Exceptional Children Division of the Arts members. Registration for this conference is now open!
The Conference will comprise various art forms, such as visual arts, performing arts, dance, and film, as well as different contexts of education, such as primary education, higher education, professional artists’ education and public pedagogy.
2019 Keynote Speaker
The International DSAE Conference Executive Board (DSAE CEB)
The DSAE CEB includes experts who oversee the conference to ensure that the idea of the conference is followed and provide advice and troubleshoot where necessary. The role of the members of the DSAE CEB is to provide input based on their direct experience of the topic on disability, arts and education. DSAE CEB supports all work around disability studies, arts and education, ensuring that the work continues, that there will be publications, events and that especially the international congresses continues. Please, contact the coordinator if you are interested to organize an international DSAE congress: firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 Conference Planning Committee Members
The members of the organizing committee are: Lauren Stichter (conference chair), Mira Tavin-Kallio, Alice Wexler, Amanda Newman-Godfrey, Rhoda Bernard, Jeremy Johnson, Juli Dorff, Veronica Hicks-Daley, Jenna Gabriel, Elizabeth Clay, Samantha Varian, Alexandra DAmico and Chandler Israel.
While this international event is not sponsored by The National Art Education Association (United States), the conference was founded and continues to collaborate with members of the NAEA Disability Studies, Arts and Education interest group. New partners this year include members of the NAEA Special Needs in Art Education interest group.
National Art Education Association Interest Groups
About the NAEA Disability Studies, Arts and Education Interest Group (DSAE)
The NAEA Disability Studies, Arts and Education interest group was founded in 2017.
This group was created to provide a network for art educators to share their interests in the interdisciplinary field of disability studies as it pertains to the field of art education; to encourage cross-cultural and interdisciplinary research and professional relationships to promote theory and practice that respects disabled peoples as cultural groups; to engage research and teaching interests within NAEA that embrace the critical, interdisciplinary field of disability studies.
DSAE Chair: Alice Wexler
DSAE Chair Elect: Mira Kallio-Tavin
About the NAEA Special Needs in Art Education Interest Group (SNAE)
NAEA Special Needs Art Education (SNAE) Interest Group
Established 2001 as a special interest group in the National Art Education Association (NAEA). Our purpose is to promote art education for learners with special needs through professional development, educational collaboration, advancement of knowledge, and leadership.
SNAE President: Lauren Stichter