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Faculty members

The Art Education department's full-time and part-time faculty explore all aspects of the teaching of art, from education in schools and universities, to bringing art to the community, to effecting social and personal change.


  • Assistant Professor, Art Education
  • Professor, Art Education
    Fellow, School of Irish Studies
    Qualitative and studio-based research methods in art education, art-based ethics, thesis writing, teacher identity, teacher training, youth culture, visual culture, popular culture, photography, arts-based learning, body image, qualitative methods, pedagogy, higher education, teachers in popular culture, outsider/folk art, censorship
  • Senior Lecturer, Art Education
  • Professor, Art Education
    complex dynamic systems, arts-based learning, teaching training, social media, internet studies, urban futures, pedagogy, curriculum development, data visualization, place, democratic values, youth media, youth engagement, social justice education, youth culture, critical disability studies
  • Professor, Art Education
    teacher training, arts-based learning, critical thinking, creativity, aesthetic development, perception, psychosocial risk, cinema, visual representation, evolutionary psychology, juvenalia, gestalt perception, cross-cultural aesthetic response, ethnography, child development, youth development, models of graphic development, teacher identity, gifted children
  • Associate Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies and Practices, Art Education
    performance studies, dance studies, writing and writing pedagogies, performing arts, gender and sexuality, feminist theory, movement, the body, embodiment, theories of everyday life, art and climate change, art and the environment
  • Concordia University Research Chair in Art + Education for Sustainable and Just Futures (Tier 1)
    Professor, Art Education
    Co-Director, Textiles and Materiality cluster, Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology
    Member of the College of the Royal Society of Canada
    socially engaged art, public pedagogies, place, posthumanism, environmental justice, human-animal ethics, interdisciplinarity, science-art collaborations, museum education, research-creation, oral histories, mapping, walking, hand-based and digital textiles, photography, collage, audio walks, urban futures, community arts, St. Lawrence River, Montreal, Iceland


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