In this two-year project, FSU faculty from Art Education and Social Sciences Education will collaborate with 12 teachers from Tallahassee, to develop interdisciplinary art+civics curriculum that centers on local places and civic learning outcomes for k-12 students.
Developing a Curriculum Model for Civically Engaged Art Education: Engaging Youth through Artistic Research We’re pleased to announce our book! This volume explores art as a means of engendering youth civic engagement and draws on research conducted with young people in the United States […]
See a presentation and resulting artwork for our NAEA 2023 workshop on Mapping the Civil Rights Movement – A Mixed Media Encounter with Living History.
Community Mapping: A creative encounter with living history This unit engages students in archival, historical and artistic research, as they study social movements, and their impact in society today.
This project, funded by FSU’s Institute of Politics, invited four teams of teachers to develop art+civics curriculum for their classrooms. (2021)
We’re looking forward to participating in an upcoming webinar hosted by the Smithsonian Institute Digital Learning Lab and the Smithsonian Institute Asian Pacific American Center!
We’re excited to offer this article with a practical discussion of how to design an arts+civics curriculum for your classroom.
Read this article in the journal Studies for Art Education to hear about using social movements and critical artistic inquiry in the art classroom.
A week-long exploration of the civil rights movement in Tallahassee, asking about the ongoing legacy of the civil rights movement in our lives today.
A write-up about our 2018 project in the local paper.