Karen Gergely Presents at Foundations in Art Theory and Education (FATE) Conference

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April 29, 2021

Graceland University Associate Professor of Art Karen Gergely

Graceland University Associate Professor of Art Karen Gergely, MFA chaired a panel “Inclusion: A Commitment to Equality, Diversity, & Justice” at the Foundations in Art Theory and Education (FATE) 2021 conference hosted by the University of North Carolina Charlotte.

The conference, which focused on “Foundations Infrastructure” this year, was held remotely between April 15th and April 17th. Gergely was joined by four other scholars to discuss ways arts educators can commit to equality, diversity, inclusion and justice in our learning spaces and how we can tailor our approach to teaching and learning to focus the conversation around the worth of all persons. Topics included integrating inclusivity in foundations art education, understanding the personal as political in foundations of art and design, and critique as support. Gergely also participated in many sessions on pedagogy while attending the conference.  

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