Athens, Ga. – A group of University of Georgia education and art education graduate students and faculty will present a demonstration of arts-based research projects on Monday, April 30.
Blurring Boundaries: An Exhibition of Arts-Based Research will feature a wide range of artistic expression, including dance, photography, theatre games, poetry and prose. Graduate students and faculty from the departments of language and literacy education, arts education and adult education will share information about their projects in a poster session. The demonstration will be from 4-6 p.m. in rooms 116-117 of Aderhold Hall.
The exhibition is open to the public. UGA’s College of Education is located in Aderhold Hall on UGA’s campus.