Isabelle Guillard is an artist, art teacher and doctoral candidate in Art Education. She completed her master from Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier.
Isabelle Guillard is an artist, art teacher and doctoral candidate in Art Education. She completed her master from Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier. Her research interest focuses on the integration of ecological art and environmental education in the school curriculum. She also considers her own artistic practice as a field of research-creation. Her paintings depict natural spaces on the fringes of urban areas, revealing the tangled contradictions inherent in the relation between humans and the environment. Her works are part of public and private collections.
Isabelle Guillard: Developing an eco-art curriculum for education reform
Isabelle Guillard's blog posts
Isabelle Guillard soulève le rôle du changement climatique dans la pandémie du COVID-19, et son impact à long terme sur la durabilité. Read more
Isabelle Guillard emphasizes the growing importance for outdoor pedagogy to balance an increasingly virtual learning experience. Read more
As the Fall term begins, Public Scholar Isabelle Guillard explores the art of teaching art online. Read more
How Eco-Art education can allow students to reflect and make responsible choices in using material, so that they can become more aware of its life cycle and ecological footprint. Read more
- An a/r/tographic métissage: Storying the self as pedagogic practice
- Senses and Experiences: The Book of Selected Readings
- Erudit.org: La praxis comme lieu de réflexion dans la pratique artistique et l’enseignement des arts plastiques
- August 3 - Op-Ed in the Montreal Gazette: Eco-art projects can provide hope and inspiration for youth
- March 23 - Facilitated a workshop with 4th Space: Creating an animated story - Créer une histoire animée