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Register for the third presentation! Information and registration are below. All are welcome to attend at no additional cost -- MNEA membership is not required to attend this event! ASL interpretation will also be available during the workshop.
This 60-min lecture will dive deep into arts-based research praxis using ethnotheater as a way of knowing. This lecture will use Dr. Durrell Cooper's own research on the examination of the phenomena of Hip Hop education as a case study. Participants will examine how arts-based research can be used as a tool for change by centering the voices of those most impacted by various systemic challenges. Participants will gain practical applications in using arts-based research to inform their evaluation work. This lecture will be followed by a 10-min Q&A.
This workshop specifically addresses the following AEA Evaluator Competencies:
Dr. Durell Cooper is one the nation's leading cultural strategists and is the Founder and CEO of Cultural Innovation Group; a boutique consulting agency specializing in systems change and collaborative thought leadership. He is also the creator and host of the web series, Flow and the podcast Fluency w/ Dr. Durell Cooper; an adjunct instructor at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, New York University, and The City College of New York. Durell completed the Impact Program for Arts Leaders (IPAL) at Stanford University in 2018. He is a member of the Diversity Scholars Network at the National Center for Institutional Diversity, University of Michigan. Durell earned a B.F.A from Southern Methodist University, and both a M.A & Doctorate of Education from New York University.
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