To enthusiasts across all disciplines:
Join us for “Undisciplined Conversations,” a dynamic space for transdisciplinary dialogues between the arts, education, and beyond.
This event will take place monthly in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Participate in conversations and enjoy light refreshments as we host invited guests who foster diverse research perspectives, inviting us to co-create beyond our immediate disciplines. The nature of conversation is informal as we share in making vibrant ecosystems of learning together. Let us welcome a diverse community of scholars to enrich our educational discourses.
In January, we will host Marie-France Berard, Susana Vargas, and Elham Pouryamehr, distinguished scholars, practitioners, and researchers as invited speakers to share their extensive research subjects and offer insights into the understanding of contemporary issues and inspire meaningful conversations, making the January event a unique opportunity for intellectual exploration and cross-disciplinary dialogue.
View the “Volume 1 | Undisciplined Conversations” Poster
Together, they will open conversations about the multifaceted aspects of museum education, public awareness, and representation, providing a dynamic space to reassess and reimagine established concepts. Delving into various community and museum practices, our exploration will extend beyond traditional boundaries, prompting a reconsideration of how we approach learning in contemporary contexts. By sharing different perspectives, this initiative aims to encourage innovative thinking and push the boundaries of conventional wisdom.
To join us for this NABER (Network of Arts-Based Educational Researchers) event, please reach out to Dr. Elly Yazdanpanah, Post-Doctoral Fellow (NFRF), Art Education, Faculty of Education, or feel free to drop in on January 31, Wednesday, Scarfe building room 310 at 2:00 PM
Dr. Anita Sinner
This event is supported by the Government of Canada’s New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) [Anita Sinner, PI, NFRF-2022-00245, Worlding Higher Education Differently: Co-creating a Technology-Art-Science Commons].