Save the Date October 22-24 for Creatavision NMAEA Fall Conference 2021
Save the date: October 22-24, 2021. At Creatavision NMAEA Fall Conference you will be inspired to envision, create, and connect in the studios and halls of Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM. New this year, we are offering in-person and remote options. Frame your professional learning in studio practice when you join us in person, or connect from the comfort of your own home with sessions on Zoom.
Disrupting Norms with Libya Doman, Keynote Speaker
Plan to Present at ENMU: NMAEA Creata-Vision Conference Proposals due June 5
All ideas for conference sessions are welcome. In addition to familiar presentation topics, we also are interested in expanding access to sessions about museum, college, and community art education, and about artists as educators and educators as artists. We encourage all sessions to consider equity and justice issues relevant to their topics as well.
Submit session proposals here.
As we plan for a hybrid conference, we'd like to know if you would prefer to present from home or in person, to an audience in person at the conference or a hybrid audience. Look for this question on the form.
The College Art Studio Context
ENMU Art Studios afford a unique opportunity for studio-focused sessions. Attendees may expand their personal and professional artistry. We welcome session proposals in which art educators will make art in college art studios, and we reimburse for supplies.
Libya Doman is National Board-certified visual art educator and a cultural responsiveness facilitator. Using art and conversation as “mirrors and windows” to seeing ourselves and others, she designs and delivers curriculums, workshops, and keynotes to help educators grapple with topics that are often deemed “taboo.”
Presentation focuses include--but are not limited to--race, gender, orientation, (dis)ability, language, SES, and other special populations. Ms. Doman is proud to have a degree from Spelman College; an HBCU. She received a post-Baccalaureate from Moore College of Art & Design. She earned her Master’s in Art Education and 2D Art from TC, Columbia University. Ms. Doman is an Equity Lead for her school. She has served as a professor at George Mason University. She was a member of NAEA’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. She was recently named VAEA Art Educator of the Year and VAEA Elementary Art Educator of the Year.