Moore College of Art & Design is proud to host the 2nd International Conference on Disability Studies, Arts & Education.
Beginning Thursday, October 3, and ending Saturday, October 5, 2019, the 2nd International Conference on Disability Studies, Arts & Education will bring together researchers, students, artists, art educators and members of the disability community who share an interest in, or whose work addresses, the intersections and interplay between critical disability studies, arts and education. 2019 DSAE Keynote Speakers will be LeDerick Horne and Riva Lehrer.
The conference will comprise various art forms, such as visual arts, performing arts, dance and film, as well as different contexts of education, such as primary education, higher education, professional artists’ education and public pedagogy.
For more information, including the conference schedule (in draft now and subject to change), full keynote speaker bios and how to submit a conference proposal (due date: March 1, 2019), visit moore.edu/dsae.
$50 for the full event / $35 per day
$10 discount for all Students, National Art Education Association DSAE, & SNAE Interest Group Members and Council for Exceptional Children Division of the Arts members.
NOTE: To request an ASL interpreter or other special accommodations, please fill out this online form: https://forms.gle/kPfmAjBGPted2aBX6