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Childhood Art, a podcast produced by the Center for the Study of Childhood Art at the University of Arkansas, features in-depth interviews with leading scholar-practitioners whose research has the potential to reshape how we think about and approach the study of childhood art.

Hosts: Dr. Christopher M. Schulte & Dr. Hayon Park

Childhood Art Center for the Study of Childhood Art

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Childhood Art, a podcast produced by the Center for the Study of Childhood Art at the University of Arkansas, features in-depth interviews with leading scholar-practitioners whose research has the potential to reshape how we think about and approach the study of childhood art.

Hosts: Dr. Christopher M. Schulte & Dr. Hayon Park

    Dr. Kortney Sherbine

    Dr. Kortney Sherbine

    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Kortney Sherbine, an independent researcher interested in the play and literacies of young children. With eighteen years of experience as an early childhood teacher and teacher educator, Kortney's teaching and research interests invoke posthumanist perspectives on language and literacy, which take into account the material intra-actions between young children and things that they encounter in their personal ecologies, particularly related to popular culture. Across her work, Kortney is concerned with what comes to "count" as meaningful literacy and play and the conditions under which certain literacies and play are ostracized or "othered."
    If you have not yet had the pleasure of reviewing her earlier presentation, please take some time to visit our website at www.centerforthestudyofchildhoodart.com. There, on the Childhood Art Speaker Series page, you will find a recording of her presentation, which links to the CSCA YouTube Channel. We highly recommend you take the time to listen to and reflect on the ideas shared as part of this presentation, and to consider, too, the generative possibilities of Kortney's work.
    Hosts: Dr. Christopher M. Schulte and Dr. Hayon Park. Music by tobylane from Pixabay

    • 45 min
    Dr. Tyson Lewis

    Dr. Tyson Lewis

    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Tyson Lewis, professor of Art Education at the University of North Texas, where he teaches courses in dialogue and inquiry into the arts, educational philosophy, philosophy for children, critical phenomenological research methods, and continental aesthetic philosophy. He is author of 7 books, most recently Walter Benjamin’s Antifascist Education: From Riddles to Radio (SUNY Press, 2020). Tyson will appear on the Childhood Speaker Series in Fall 2022. For more information, please visit our website at www.centerforthestudyofchildhoodart.com.
    Hosts: Dr. Christopher M. Schulte and Dr. Hayon Park. Music by tobylane from Pixabay

    Dr. Brent Wilson

    Dr. Brent Wilson

    In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Brent Wilson, who was recently named the inaugural recipient of the CSCA’s Christine Marmé Thompson Distinguished Research Award. International in scope, the Christine Marmé Thompson Distinguished Research Award recognizes a scholar in Art Education or related field whose research has made significant and impactful contributions to the study of childhood art.
    Dr. Brent Wilson is Pennsylvania State University School of Visual Arts Art Education Professor Emeritus. His research includes studies of visual cultural influences on children’s artistic development and self-initiated drawings, cross-cultural studies of children’s visual storytelling, Japanese and Taiwanese teenagers’ doujinshi/manga clubs and comic markets, studies of children’s interpretations of artworks, the evaluation of art educational outcomes, internet visual ethnography, pedagogical theory, and formal and informal pedagogical practices. He delivered the National Art Education Association “Studies Lecture” (1983), was elected an NAEA “Distinguished Fellow” (1988), the NAEA “Art Educator of the Year” (1989), received the NAEA “Lowenfeld Award” (1993), and the NAEA “Eisner Lifetime Achievement Award” (2017). He received the US Society for Education through Art “Edwin Ziegfeld Award” (1991) and was invited to deliver the International Society for Education through Art “Edwin Ziegfeld Keynote Lecture” in Osaka (2008). He keeps visual journals, makes and exhibits artist-books and folios.

    • 57 min
    Dr. Hannah Dyer

    Dr. Hannah Dyer

    In this episode, we return to dialogue with Dr. Hannah Dyer. If you have not yet had the pleasure of reviewing her earlier presentation, please take some time to visit our website at www.centerforthestudyofchildhoodart.com. There, on the Childhood Art Speaker Series page, you will find a recording of her presentation, which links to the CSCA YouTube Channel. We highly recommend you take the time to listen to and reflect on the ideas shared as part of this presentation, and to consider too the generative possibilities of Dr. Dyer's work. Hosts: Dr. Christopher M. Schulte and Dr. Hayon Park. Music by tobylane from Pixabay

    • 34 min
    Dr. Gail Boldt

    Dr. Gail Boldt

    In this episode, we return to dialogue with Dr. Gail Boldt. If you have not yet had the pleasure of reviewing her earlier presentation, please take some time to visit our website at www.centerforthestudyofchildhoodart.com. There, on the Childhood Art Speaker Series page, you will find a recording of her presentation, which links to the CSCA YouTube Channel. We highly recommend you take the time to listen to and reflect on the ideas shared as part of this presentation, and to consider too the generative possibilities of Dr. Boldt's work. Hosts: Dr. Christopher M. Schulte and Dr. Hayon Park. Music by tobylane from Pixabay

    • 42 min
    Dr. Mona Sakr

    Dr. Mona Sakr

    In this episode, we return to dialogue with Dr. Mona Sakr. If you have not yet had the pleasure of reviewing her earlier presentation, please take some time to visit our website at www.centerforthestudyofchildhoodart.com. There, on the Childhood Art Speaker Series page, you will find a recording of her presentation, which links to the CSCA YouTube Channel. We highly recommend you take the time to listen to and reflect on the ideas shared as part of this presentation, and to consider too the generative possibilities of Dr. Sakr’s work.Hosts: Dr. Christopher M. Schulte and Dr. Hayon ParkMusic by tobylane from Pixabay

    • 37 min

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