Meetings & Other Events
Meetings & Other Events
AERA Arts and Learning SIG Annual Meeting

Consider attending our annual business meeting for an awards reception and panel discussion. Additionally, please join us in celebrating the many wonderful research projects in our sessions carefully curated by our Program Chair. There are a lot of other great opportunities for members who are attending AERA including a Networking and Mentorship Arts & Learning SIG event.

2022 AERA Annual Meeting
Arts & Learning SIG Program

Friday, April 22

11:30 am -1:30 pm (Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 1, Point Loma)

Embodied Knowledge and Performances of Radical Relationality

Chair: Matt Omasta

Discussant: Peter Jacob Woods

Choreographing Diasporic Pedagogies: Indigenous Dance as Language Learning

Maria J. Ruiz-Martinez

Nature-Based Art in Early Grades Teaching and Teacher Preparation: Reflections on Practice (in Anthropocene)

Bernadette Bridget Musetti, Desiree Medina

Activating Artful Journeys with Things: Walking-with-Object Itineraries as Sensual A/r/tography

Anita Sinner, Rita L. Irwin, Ching-Chiu Lin

2:30-4:00 pm (Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 1, Point Loma)

A Transversal Understanding of the International Perspectives on Community Arts Education

Chair: Anita Sinner

Transversality Hub: Towards a New Mode of Learning for Community Arts Education Practice

Ching-Chin Lin, Annita Sinner, Rita L. Irwin

Exploring Intersections of Comics, Adaptation and Community Art Education

Julian Lawrence

Finding Possibility in the Liminality of Socially Engaged Arts: Fostering Learning and Wellbeing with Refugee

Kate Collins

Conversations with Gardens: Artful Spaces in Community Art Education

Patricia (Trish) Osler

Saturday, April 23

8:00-9:30 am (San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B)

Arts Education Policy

Chair: Ryan David Shaw

Appraising Metropolitan Arts Education Partnerships: A Policy Analysis

Ryan David Shaw, Cara Bernard

Turnaround Arts Pilot Program: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis

Bri’Ann Wright

Investigating the Educational Benefits of K-12 School Arts

Daniel Henry Bowen, Brian Kisida

11:30 am – 1:00 pm (San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B)

Attention to Social and Emotional Outcomes in Arts Education

Chair: Colleen M. Conway

Art Saved My Life: Building Resiliency for Students Struggling with Trauma

Erin Jacob Blublaugh

Exploring the Impact of Creative Drama on Dual Language Learners’ Social and Emotional Development

Qianyi Gao

Learning How to See Social Emotional Learning in Youth Arts Practice

Garazi Lopez de Aguileta, Erica Rosenfeld Halverson, Yorel Lashley, Stephanie Richards

4:15-5:45 pm (SIG Virtual Rooms, SIG-Arts and Learning Virtual Roundtable Session Room)

Creativity and Arts Integration

Chair: Stephanie F. Reid

Boundaries in Creative Problem Solving—Windows to Express

Eliza Pitri, Agni Stylianou-Georgiou

Integrated Learning in Elementary Arts Education: Problems and Possibilities

Mark A. Graham, Tara Carpenter Estrada

STEM Studio: Bridging Science with Dance through Arts-Based Learning

Kaitlyn May, Z. Derevjanik, Kelly Woodall Guyotte

6:00-7:30 pm (Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 3, Mission Hills)

Arts and Learning SIG Business Meeting

Officers: Amanda Claudia Wager, Matt Omasta, Joy G. Bertling, Sarah T. Travis, Mary McAvoy, Joseph Elefante, Megan Troxel Deeg

Sunday, April 24

8:00-9:30 am (Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 3, Miramar)

Youth Voices and Positionality in the Arts

Chair: Ryan David Shaw

The Agentic Positioning of Youth in Contemporary Visual Art Education Research: A Methodological Examination

Angela L. Eckhoff

Rights, Representation, and Belonging in Children’s Books about Going to an Art Museum

David Donahue

Considering Dramatic Improvisation to Support Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy

Laura Carter-Stone

Authoring Pandemic Personal Narratives: Middle-Grade Students’ Representations of Life during the 2020-21 School Year

Stephanie F. Reid