Congratulations to this years’s award winners: Alexandra Fidyk, associate professor in Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta; Kevin Hobbs (Brock University, 2019, MA in Social Justice and Equity); and Anna Romanovska (OISE, 2019, PhD in Leadership, Higher, and Adult Education).
Call for nominations
ONE opening for ARTS SIG Executive: Vice President and Conference Chair
TWO openings for Members at Large: Graduate Student Representatives
The ARTS SIG is urgently seeking nominations for three positions. Nominations can come from our members (please speak to the individual you would like to nominate first), and we also welcome self-nominations.
Please share this call with your networks, and speak to students and colleagues who may be interested in being involved.
All positions are two year terms, from Spring 2020 to Spring 2022.
Vice President position transitions into the position of President. This system has worked very well, as it ensures that the president has ample opportunity to familiarize themselves with the structure and constitution of the ARTS SIG.
It is possible for two members to hold the title of co-vice presidents, which has been quite successful,
The ARTS SIG executive committee is well organized and hold approximately 4 online meetings per year. It is a great way to support to our creative community producing work at the nexus of Arts, Research, and Teaching.
To learn more about the ARTS SIG, please visit: www.artssig.ca
The AGM will be held on June 5th at 9AM on Zoom. The Zoom link will be send out via the ARTS SIG listserv (sign up via artsig.ca), and on our Facebook group.
Juried Art Space
The ARTS SIG executive is pleased to introduce a juried space for artworks on our website. In this pilot initiative, a call will go out annually and the space will be renewed each year following a visual presentation and announcement at the ARTS AGM of the year’s winning submissions. We hope to provide a space to celebrate engaging work in the field while enriching the visual offering of the website as a communal space.