Graduate Research in Art Education

SAVE THE DATE: 9TH ANNUAL GRADUATE RESEARCH IN ART EDUCATION (GRAE) CONFERENCE TO BE HELD AT PENN STATE UNIVERSITY PARK CAMPUS OCTOBER 25-27, 2013

The purpose of the Graduate Research in Art Education (GRAE) conference is to provide a forum for students to meet to discuss issues and developments in art education that are being opened up by current graduate student research. Since 2005, each Fall, the GRAE takes place on odd numbered years at Penn State, and on even numbered years at Ohio State or Teachers College.  This year, GRAE 2013 will be at Penn State University Park Campus on October 25-27, 2013.

The 2013 program will feature dissertation and thesis research presentations from Ohio State, Penn State, Syracuse University, and Teachers College graduate students, along with a response panel comprised of Penn State alumni including Friday keynote, Dr. Jennifer Pazienza (’89); and Dr. Robert Sweeny (’04) and Dr. Marissa McClure (’08). A Saturday evening potluck is held for informal exchange following the full day of GRAE presentations. The Penn State Graduate Students invite all to a breakfast on Sunday morning. We look forward to your participation.

Click here for an interactive map to find parking, attractions, and restaurants for GRAE guests.

DVD sets of prior year's GRAE presentations are available through the Penn State University Libraries (conduct a CAT library search using presenters’ names or titles of their presentations).

GRAE established in 2005 by Karen Keifer-Boyd & Graeme Sullivan
For more information contact GRAE 2013 coordinator: Karen Keifer-Boyd 

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