About the Artist
is an activist and Professor of Art Education/ Director of Community Engagement in the Peck School of the Arts, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is active in the Art Build movement, Voces de los Artistas, and the National Art Education Association. She is co-founder of ArtsECO, a program that seeks to develop teachers as change-makers backed by a strong and sustainable community of nonprofit arts organizations and K-16 school partnerships, and co-founder of the Milwaukee Visionaries Project, an award-winning after school media literacy, video and animation production project for middle and high school students in Milwaukee. Her writing focuses on art and social justice; she is co-editor of the books, Transforming City Schoos Through Art and Rethinking Sexism, Gender, and Sexuality, which was awarded the Stonewall Book Award by the American Library Association's LGBT roundtable.
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Artful Mischief: Mud Stencils Edition
NOTE: This workshop is now full and enrollment is closed.
Oct 11, 9:30 a.m. | This workshop focuses on the work of artist Jesse Graves who developed a way to make beautiful trouble using mud as a medium.
Artist Talk: Stirring Up Trouble in Troubling Times
Oct 11, 4-5 p.m. | This talk will focus on Cosier's work with a group of activists in Milwaukee, WI.
Walking Out: Reflecting on the Teacher Strike and Intersections of Education, Art, and Activism
Oct 11, 5-6 p.m. | Join us for a panel discussion, moderated by Professor Erin Dyke.
The Oklahoma Art Education Association (OAEA) Fall 2018 Conference:
OAEA Workshop: Mini-Art Build
Oct 12, 2-4 p.m. | Drawing on experience gained through several years of experience, Kim Cosier will lead a workshop that demonstrates how to run your own Art Builds.
Keynote Lecture: Art Teachers as Activists and Community Builders
Oct 12, 5-6 p.m. | This presentation & workshop will draw on Kim Cosier's work as a teacher educator and participation with the Teacher Activists Groups, Art Builds, and Teacher MeetUps.