I co-wrote a book chapter called "Intercultual Exchange: Interventions and Intraventions of Practice Based Research" published in Routledge Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research by Routledge in the UK.
I co-wrote a book chapter called "Encountering Research as Creative Practice: Participants Giving Voice to the Researcher" published in Arts-Research-Education: Connections and Directions by Springer in London.
Awarded from the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA). The award recognizes an outstanding doctoral thesis in the field of visual arts education.
Annual blind review award for best 2013-2014 doctoral thesis in matters of interest to visual art education in Canada.
In this research I examine the notion of ‘network’ in art, learning, and teaching by examining the practices of seven contemporary artists who also teach in universities.
When displayed as a whole, these drawings create a visual representation of a mental landscape. The drawings reveal aspects of the psychological survival individuals partake in as they search to find meaning and a sense of direction within reality.
I was the Co-Coordinator and Web & Social Media Coordinator for the All State Art Symposium held in Columbus, Georgia for 4 consecutive years (2013-2016). An annual program for Georgia high school art students with 600-900 annual artwork submissions.
From 2005 to 2012, I was an active member of the(Laura Jamieson Housing Co-operative located in East Vancouver, BC. The main roles I performed were: Board member for 2 years, Coordinator of flooring renovations for 3 years, and Newsletter editorial team for 5 years. I also was one of the main organizers of a neighbourhood block party which involved closing off the street to live music, food and children's games.
This article published in the International Digital Media Arts Association Journal examines artworks that explore the invisible processes of our relationships with digital technologies, in which there exists a continual state of processing and a desire to understand.
This article published in the journal Art Education examines the decentralized approach to art curriculum from a pedagogical point of view, acknowledging advantages and disadvantages for art educators, and its contribution to a curriculum that captures the current cultural aesthetic experience.