Alexander Henschel is an art educator, researcher and lecturer, born 1976 in Ludwigshafen. He studied educational science, philosophy, arts and art education in Halle (Saale) and Mannheim. He worked as scientific assistant at the Universitys of Bremen (2018-2020) and Hildesheim (2008-2010) and as a visiting professor at the HFBK Hamburg (2018-2019). Since 2010 he is working as a lecturer for art education at the Universität of Oldenburg. With his book “Was heißt hier Vermittlung? Kunstvermittlung und ihr umstrittener Begriff” he completed 2020 his doctorate degree as a graduate of the PhD Programme “Art Education”.
Library & information professional with an interest in art librarianship and arts-based research. Experience with arts-based research methods also supports a love for engaging with artistic practice, social media, and learning technologies. I continue my professional development and subject specialism by blogging, sharing research, and keeping up to date with exhibitions, events, and innovations in arts education, galleries, museums, and libraries.
Hi, I’m Maggie Murphy! I’m an assistant professor and librarian at UNC Greensboro, where I work with students and faculty in first-year writing, studio art, art education, art history, history, philosophy, and religious studies. I also teach a graduate course I designed on visual resources curation and art librarianship as a lecturer at San Jose State University’s iSchool. I love image research (especially exploring public domain media) and description, and working with students on critical and ethical information creation and use. My current work focuses on using internet memes as a lens for interdisciplinary visual literacy instruction.
…New York University
The National Art Education Association
The College Art Association
The American Scottish Foundation
The Explorers Club
…Ed. D. New York University
New Technologies in Art Education
Ecology Art Education
Teaching in Virtual Worlds
Fine Art Education
Art & Archaeology Collaborations…
Research Affiliate New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
Juuso Tervo is currently working as a University Lecturer and the Director of University-Wide Art Studies (UWAS) at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture. His research and writing combine historical, philosophical, and political inquiries in art and education, drawing from fields such as literary theory, poetics, theology, philosophy of education, and philosophy of history.
education, independent secondary schools, pedagogy, liberal arts, diversity, social justice
I have worked in Museum Education at the Dallas Museum of Art and Nasher Sculpture Center, as well as having over fifteen years experience as a higher education instructor. I currently serve as Full-time Faculty of Art History and Art Appreciation at Brookhaven College. Additional projects include curatorial efforts, specifically on comics related exhibitions. Moreover, as an advocate for open-educational resources, I have contributed several times to the OER website Smarthistory.
Senior Research Executive at CFE Research, Leicester, UK, an independent company doing social research on education, employment, wellbeing for government, public authorities and education providers. I work on design, field work and analysis of research, specializing in literature reviews, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and data visualization. My work is mainly in the area of education, particularly education in the arts and in science/STEM subjects, in relation to socioeconomic disadvantage, gender and ethnicity. Independently, I continue my academic research on aesthetic complexity – investigating how complexity is perceived, understood and used in visual art and music. This research supports and is supported by my creative practice – generative music and visual art.
Dr. Carpenter Turner has been teaching for 17 years with the Art Institutes in Atlanta, Austin and Online, and as adjunct with Park University, Fletcher Technical Community College, as well as Guest Lecturer in Contemporary Art at Clemson University. Additionally, he has worked ‘The Gates’ art project with international artists, Jeanne-Claude and Christo. He received his Master’s in Art History with an emphasis in Latin American Contemporary Art from The Savannah of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga. He received and completed his Doctorate degree in Education from Argosy University, with an emphasis on higher education. He is involved in the Austin educational and arts community having worked with a number of for-profit and non-profit groups.