Contributors

Part IV - Voices of Teachers


Introduction


Graeme Sullivan: Introduction to Part IV: Art Matters

Graeme Sullivan is an artist, professor, and Director, School of Visual Arts, The Pennsylvania State University.

Sullivan links:

Streetworksart Website
http://www.streetworksart.com/

Blog
http://artpracticeasresearch.com/

Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graeme_Sullivan




Chapters

Maura Nugent: Holding the Camera

Maura Nugent is an English teacher. She co-founded the Social Justice Academy at Kelvyn Park High School in Chicago, Illinois.

Nugent links:

Interview, AREA Chicago
http://www.areachicago.org/p/issues/how-we-learn/interview-with-jesse-senechal-and-maura-nugent/



Keith (K-Dub) Williams: The Streets Are Our Canvas: Skateboarding, Hip-Hop, and School

Keith “K-Dub” Williams is an artist and art educator and lives in Oakland, California. He is founder and creator of Tha Hood Games youth art and skateboard festivals. Email: Kdubart@aol.com

Williams links:

Interview
http://sports.yahoo.com/top/news?slug=ycn-8833299

Youth in Arts
http://www.youthinarts.org/s_kdub.html

Tha Hood Games/K-Dub Art Mix
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0XbywwoJJY

Tha Hood Games
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tha-Hood-Games/400702643377



Jesse Senechal: The Zine Teacher's Dilemma

Jesse Senechal is a doctoral student in educational research at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. Email: jessesenechal@gmail.com

Senechal links:

Interview, AREA Chicago
http://www.areachicago.org/p/issues/how-we-learn/interview-with-jesse-senechal-and-maura-nugent/

Brief History of the Kelvyn Park Social Justice Academy
http://www.lsna.net/Issues-and-programs/Schools-and-Youth/LSNA-Education-Programs/Brief-History-of-the-Kelvyn-Park-Social-Justice-Academy1.html



Delaney Gersten Susie: Miracle on 79th Street: Using Community as Curriculum

Delaney Gersten Susie is an art teacher at Scott Joplin Elementary School in Chicago, Illinois. Email: ms.susie.art@gmail.com

Susie links:

School Website
http://www.scottjoplinschool.org/




Bert Stabler: Public School, Public Failure, Public Art?

Bert Stabler is a high-school art teacher, writer, curator, and artist in Chicago. His good intentions keep him warm at night.

Stabler links:

Website
http://bertstabler.com/



William Estrada: Animating The Bill of Rights

William Estrada teaches at Telpochcalli Elementary School in programs funded by Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education and teaches in other CPS Schools through Art Resources in Teaching. Email: william@werdmvmntstudios.com

Estrada links:

Faculty Profile
http://www.capeweb.org/research_action/view_units.php?id=208&page=tab1



Anne Thulson: Think Twice, Make Once

Anne Thulson is Assistant Professor of Art Education at Metropolitan State College of Denver and the former K-8 Art Studio Instructor at The Odyssey School in Denver, Colorado. Email: athulson@mscd.edu.

Thulson links:

Website
www.annethulson.com



Kimberly Lane: Art History and Social Justice in the Middle School Classroom

Kimberly Lane is an art teacher at The School at Columbia University, an independent K-8 elementary school in New York City. Email: kimberly.lane@gmail.com

Lane links:

Faculty Page
http://theschool.columbia.edu/faculty-and-staff/profile/lane



Vanessa López-Sparaco: Whatever Comes Next Will be Made and Named by Us

Vanessa López-Sparaco is an Art Educator at Roland Park Elementary Middle School (RPEMS), Baltimore, Maryland. Email: vlopez-sparaco@bcps.k12.md.us

López-Sparaco links:

Roland Park Elementary Middle School (RPEMS), Baltimore, Maryland
http://www.baltimorecityschools.org/domain/2699