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Stacey Salazar Wins 2015 National Art Education Manuel Barkan Award

Stacey Salazar, Director for the Art Education (Online/Low-Residency, MA)

Posted 02.05.15 by Office of Graduate Studies

Stacey Salazar, Ed.D. (Program Director, Art Education, MA) was awarded the 2015 National Art Education Manuel Barkan Award for her article, Studio Interior: Investigating Undergraduate Studio Art Teaching and Learning, published in the Autumn 2013 issue of Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research.

In this article, Salazar contends that what is taught and learned in contemporary undergraduate studio classrooms has been largely unknown because research of teaching and learning in undergraduate studio is under-researched. Salazar describes several cultural phenomena that suggest an urgent need for research of college studio art pedagogy. A brief overview of the literature in undergraduate studio art education is provided, as well as relevant theory and practice from other disciplines, which together, she argues, could provide an appropriate foundation for future research of college studio art teaching and learning.

Studio Interior: Investigating Undergraduate Studio Art Teaching and Learning was awarded the NAEA 2015 Manuel Barkan Award as a work that deals carefully and imaginatively with an important issue, problem, or practice in the field of art education.

Stacey Salazar will present the Barkan Award Lecture at the NAEA conference in New Orleans on March 27, 2015. Salazar's Barkan lecture, A Portrait of the Artists as Young Adults Moving Forward, is based on emerging findings from a longitudinal study exploring the ways in which creative practices nurtured in art college translate into real life situations for four recent graduates.

View Stacey Salazar's Faculty Profile.