EVENTS

Keynote at South African Visual Arts Historians 34th Annual SAVAH Conference

Start date: September 12, 2019

End date: September 13, 2019

Location: Cape Town, South Africa.South African Visual Arts Historians 34th Annual SAVAH Conference. Cape Town

Stephanie will be giving a Keynote at the South African Visual Arts Historians 34th Annual SAVAH Conference. Cape Town, South Africa.

Keynote at Public Pedagogy Institute Annual Conference, Melbourne.

Start date: November 28, 2019

End date: November 29, 2019

Location: Public Pedagogies Institute, Victoria University, Melbourne

Stephanie will deliver a keynote at the Public Pedagogy Institute Annual Conference in Melbourne.

Keynote at 6th Irish International Narrative Research Conference, Maynooth University, Ireland.

Start date: March 19, 2020

End date: March 20, 2020

Location: Maynooth University

Stephanie will deliver at Keynote at the 6th Irish International Narrative Research Conference, Maynooth University, Ireland.

Seminar on Writing and Research-Creation at Melbourne Graduate School of Education

Date: March 21, 2019

Time: 13:00

Location: Melbourne Graduate school of Education

Stephanie will be giving a seminar on Writing and Research-Creation at Melbourne Graduate School of Education.

Seminar on Research-Creation in Practice at School of Art, Design and Architecture. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. 

Date: March 20, 2019

Time: 14:00

Location: Monash University, Melbourne

Stephanie will be giving a seminar on Research-Creation in Practice at the School of Art, Design and Architecture, Monash University.

Public Lecture on the ethics and politics of research-creation with diverse publics. University of New South Wales, School of the Arts and Media

Date: March 19, 2019

Time: 12:00

Location: School of Arts and Media, UNSW

Stephanie will deliver a public lecture on the ethics and politics of research-creation with diverse publics at University of New South Wales, School of the Arts and Media.

Walking Methodologies in a More-than-Human World. Seminar. Vitalities Lab, University of New South Wales

Date: March 18, 2019

Time: 12:00

Location: UNSW

Stephanie will be giving a seminar on Walking Methodologies in a More-than-Human World at the Vitalities Lab, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. 

Public Lecture on The ethics and politics of research-creation with diverse publics at University of Melbourne

Date: March 14, 2019

Time: 17:30

Location: Forum Theatre Arts West, North Wing, University of Melbourne

Stephanie will deliver a public lecture on The ethics and politics of research-creation with diverse publics at University of Melbourne.

Seminar on Social Practice and Pedagogy at Melbourne Graduate School of Education

Date: March 13, 2019

Time: 10:00

Location: University of Melbourne

Stephanie will be giving a seminar on Social Practice and Pedagogy at Melbourne Graduate School of Education.

The Four Publics Project: Possibilities for Harvard University: Learning in Socially-Engaged, Public Participatory, and Civic Art Forms

Start date: April 30, 2018

End date: December 31, 2018

Location: Harvard University

Stephanie has been invited to present at Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study’s Four Publics Project and Seminar Series

Here’s the information on the event: There is a compelling, promising, but also challenging, pedagogical dimension to works of socially engaged, public participatory, and civic art. In some cases, these artists ask if their projects can—and actually do—provoke significant learning. Others may catalyze learning or practice nuanced pedagogical approaches to civic engagement without knowing it. In any case, the intersections of art and learning can be rigorously examined and vividly revealed as people encounter these works of art. What is the possible trajectory of these learning experiences? And what can artists, if committed to the pedagogical dimension of their work, do to extend and enrich that engagement? The Four Publics Project was founded to explore questions emerging at the intersection of four publics—public spaces, public art, public learning, and public life. Established out of work at Project Zero (PZ) and the Arts in Education (AIE) program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE), the project aims to understand and support the role of pedagogy in socially-engaged, public participatory, and civic arts forms. This workshop will bring together leading artists, designers, educators and cultivators of civic agency to explore the state of our collective understanding of learning with and through works of contemporary art in shared experiences and public spaces. Our primary focus will be on micro moments of initial engagement with these art works, how those moments might lead to deeper learning, and what it takes to increase the likelihood that both initial engagement and subsequent learning will take place.

Public Lecture at Concordia University

Date: December 3, 2018

Time: 14:00-16:00

Stephanie Springgay will deliver a public lecture ‘Walking Research-Creation as Queer Temporalities’ at the Centre for Sensory Studies at Concordia University.

Invited Lecture at Goldsmiths Methods Lab

Date: November 1, 2018

Location: Goldsmiths Deptford Town Hall

Dr. Springgay will be giving a Lecture at Goldsmiths in London, November 1st 2018.

Feminist scholars argue that we need research methods that break with ableist, racist, extractive and settler colonial logics, and instead focus on ones that are situated, relational, and ethical. As such researchers are urgently turning to new ways of doing research and taking action, including research-creation methodologies that are responsive to the needs of communities, and support a practice of conducting research that is accountable to how bodies and places are entangled. Research-creation combines artistic and scholarly research practices, and names a set of methodological innovations into what counts as scholarly research. This seminar will emphasize the importance of feminist, anti-racist, and anti-colonial research frameworks, influenced by feminist new materialisms, feminist posthumanisms, queer theory, and affect theory. To contextualize these situated and relational ways of doing research a number of case studies/exemplifications with diverse publics and communities will be shared.

AERA NYC 2018

Date: April 15, 2018

Time: 2:45pm

Location: New York

Stephanie Springgay and Sarah E. Truman (WalkingLab), and colleagues Kimberly Powell, Margaret Somerville, and Michael Gallagher will present on a symposium in the Qualitative Research Sig entitled Walking Methodologies in a More-Than-Human World.