In partnership with Norwich University of the Arts and hosted by Abbie Cairns, NSEAD invites you to the 1st Artist-Teacher in Adult Community Learning Conference.
Saturday 25th March 2023
The 1st artist-teacher in ACL conference will take place online and is intended as a space to bring together artist-teachers working in the sector to share good practices, research, ideas, and experiences.
The conference draws on the wider aims of the artist-teacher in ACL community of practice and intends to help us build a supportive network, value our expertise, share best practices and talk about the 'little things.'
The conference will include a keynote address from Professor Samantha Broadhead, participant contributions, and interactive art activities, further programme details to be released in February 2023.
Call for Abstracts
This conference welcomes contributions from artist-teachers in ACL at all stages of their careers, on their experience of being an artist-teacher in ACL.
The conference accepts contributions in several forms including, but not limited to paper presentations, poster presentations, workshops, and arts-based research.
The theme of the conference is ‘Coming Together,’ to make the 1st conference of its kind. There are several sub-themes to align your contribution with:
- Motivation to be an artist-teacher in ACL
- Conflicts faced by artist-teachers in ACL
- Values of artist-teachers in ACL
- Becoming an artist-teacher in ACL
- Impact of artist-teachers in ACL on their learners
The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended and now closes on Wednesday 8th February 2023.
The conference is FREE to attend but you must register for a ticket as places are limited- Register here
Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #ATACL23
Image: Coming Together, Abbie Cairns