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School of Education faculty members to present at 'Arts Agôn' research forum Feb. 15

February 06, 2018

At the "Arts Agôn: February Arts Research Forum," arts researchers will share their work with each other and UW-Madison campus colleagues. The Feb. 15 forum aims to create connections and encourage dialogue.

The event will feature a Community Arts Collaboratory presentation with Erica Halverson, Kate Corby, Faisal Abdu’Allah and Stephanie Richards. Another presentation will be Jason Kartez with research about woodblock printed dime novel covers in the Rare Books and Special Collections at Northern Illinois University. 

Corby, Halverson and Abdu'Allah are faculty members with the School of Education. Corby is an associate professor and chair of the Dance Department, Halverson is an associate professor with the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and Abdu’Allah is an associate professor with the Art Department. Richards is the operations manager of the Arts Collaboratory.

These faculty and staff are partnering in the Arts Collaboratory to develop evaluation tools that can measure and ​demonstrate the impact of their various arts-based education programs.

The free event runs from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the University Club, 803 State St. RSVP is requested here

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