USSEA business meetings & awards ceremony at NAEA 2017

SESSION DETAILS

DAY, DATE, TIME:     
Thursday, 3/2/2017    12:00:00 PM – 12:50:00 PM

 CATEGORY, PRESENTATION FORMAT, LOCATION, TITLE, AND DESCRIPTION:

Business

Panel

Hilton/Nassau East/2nd Floor

USSEA Executive Board Meeting

In this meeting the Board will discuss policies and procedures for USSEA operations and share information from the Chairs of each category to review past successes and plan future goals. Members and non-Members are welcome.

SESSION DETAILS

DAY, DATE, TIME:     
Friday, 3/3/2017    12:00:00 PM – 12:50:00 PM

 CATEGORY, PRESENTATION FORMAT, LOCATION, TITLE, AND DESCRIPTION:

Awards

Panel

Hilton/Murray Hill East/2nd Floor

Edwin Ziegfeld and Marantz Awards

The USSEA Edwin Ziegfeld and Marantz Award celebrates international and national scholarship and national service. Join this celebration award with your colleagues and applaud their outstanding achievements.

PRESENTER(S):

Alice Wexler      Steven Willis     Fatih Benzer

SESSION DETAILS

DAY, DATE, TIME:     
Saturday, 3/4/2017    1:00:00 PM – 1:50:00 PM

CATEGORY, PRESENTATION FORMAT, LOCATION, TITLE, AND DESCRIPTION:

Business

Panel

Hilton/Nassau East/2nd Floor

USSEA Business Meeting

A meeting for USSEA members and prospective members to discuss USSEA interests, initiatives, and future opportunities.

PRESENTER(S):

Alice Wexler      Steven Willis     Fatih Benzer     Allan Richards

 

2017 Ziegfeld Award

The Edwin Ziegfeld Award annually honors one American and one international art educator who have made an outstanding and internationally recognized contribution to art education through exceptional records of achievement in scholarly writing, research, professional service, or community service. (Download Nomination Form here)

Deadline: December 1, 2016

For more information contact Dr. Angela LaPorte: alaporte@uark.edu

2016 USSEA AWARDS RECIPIENTS

Marantz Fellows Award:
Allan Richards, Associate Professor, Department of Art, College of Fine Arts, University of Kentucky

International Ziegfeld Award:
Professor Glen Coutts, Part-time Professor of Applied Visual Arts, University of Lapland
Professor Kinichi Fukumoto, Executive Director, Vice President, Hyogo University of Teacher Education,Kato City, Hyogo Japan.

National Ziegfeld Award:
Steven Willis, Professor and Coordinator of Art Education, Missouri State University

Ziegfeld Service Award:
Vida Sabbaghi, COPE NYC

The First Recipient of the USSEA Award for Outstanding Mater’s Thesis:
Congratulations Jescia Hopper! Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Baltimore, MD.

The First Recipient of the USSEA Award for Excellence in PK-12 Art Education:
Congratulations Margaret Parks! Marshalltown Community School District, K-4 Art teacher at Fisher and Woodbury Elementary Schools

About The Organization

The United States Society for Education Through the Arts (USSEA) commits to actively lead and support multicultural and cross cultural initiatives that foster teamwork, collaboration, and communication among diverse constituencies in order to achieve greater understanding of the social and cultural aspects of the arts and visual culture in education.

USSEA was founded in 1977 as an affiliate of the International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA) and the National Art Education Association (NAEA). It is a national association representing persons working in curriculum development, teaching, and research related to art education and cultural knowledge. USSEA is a society of art educators who share interests in multicultural and cross-cultural concerns in art education with others nationally and internationally to promote greater understanding and respect for learners from all backgrounds through research, art curricula, instruction, and practices that are inclusive and sensitive.

USSEA encourages information sharing and distribution by arranging meetings and sponsoring multicultural and cross-cultural programs at the annual NAEA conference, organizing symposia and conferences within the United States, and supporting projects, research, and publications that are in accordance with the mission of the society. Through the USSEA website, members may access up-to date news and information about USSEA’s initiatives, programs, and opportunities.

Recently, the United States Society for Education Through the Arts (USSEA) conference was held in July  17-19, 2015 at the Queens Museum with theme of inclusive art education. Click here to read a conference news.

USSEA publishes the Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education and provides open access to the journal. The Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education’s 30th issue, which marks the first fully online and open-access edition of the journal, continues its rich heritage of exploring diversity and social justice in learning about and teaching art. Please visit the jCRAE website at www.jcrae.org for more information, or contact co-Senior Editors Karen Hutzel at hutzel.4@osu.edu or Ryan Shin at shin@email.arizona.edu.

 

10 Comments

  1. Mary Stokrocki says:

    Wow! didn’t know all these photos were up! Great coverage. Keep up the good work. I particularly like the images from 2011 Insea Conference in Budapest. Add images of the place as well.

    Mary

  2. Christine Ballengee Morris says:

    I really liked all the photos and think that a call should be made to members regarding past photos of the the award winners. There are photos out there and they should be posted too. This website is fantastic.

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