Arts-based researchers mediate their world through images gestures, sounds and words. They have the ability to respond to their environments with an inquiring mind and generate works of that extend our understandings of the world. In keeping with the conference goal “to highlight the interplay of research, politics, and social analysis” scholars from the Arts and Inquiry in the Visual and Performing Arts in Education and/or the Arts-based Educational Research SIGs will assemble at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) and Martin Luther King (MLK) monuments to create evocative responses. Rather than arriving overly prepared, they will a) respond to a particular element and b) invite those in attendance, including the public, to participate in this four-hour videotaped event.
American Educational Research Association
Date: Saturday, April 9, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: FDR and MLK monuments, 1850 West Basin Dr SW, Washington, DC 20242
Fee: No fee
Transportation: Please make your own transportation arrangements.
Sponsor: Arts and Inquiry in the Visual and Performing Arts in Education SIG
Contact: Joe Norris (firstname.lastname@example.org), Brock University
1 to 3
We will walk through monument to be inspired and meet back at the Ceremonial Loop at 1:40 for arts responses.
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3 to 5
We will walk through monument to be inspired and meet back at the Forecourt at 3:30 for arts responses.
1) Bring a camera to indicate to what part of the monument you are responding.
2) Both our meditative walks and our arts responses will be videotaped.
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(In no particular order)
Dan Barney, Nadine Kalin
Fill in the Blanks and Frottage: A Cacophony of Responses
Dreaming in the Presence of Dreams
Aaron Bodle, DJ Loveless, Shyamaa Alsaadoon
Animating Nationality and Community: Displacement and Belonging in the American South
Kakali Bhattacharya, Meaghan Cochrane
Responding Inside, Reacting Outside: Performative Sculpture Creation in the Capital
Collaborative Ecopoetic Dialogues with the MLK and FDR Monuments
Virtual Embodiment and the Love of Monuments
Exploring Intersectional Approaches to Understanding Historical Sites through Monologue
Responding with Machines and Word Collages
Image Theater as Participatory Democracy
Celeste Snowber, Mary Beth Cancienne
Bodypoems: Dancing for Justice through Site-specific Performance
Haiku as Response Poetry