ICEE Hosts Imagining America
Institute of Community and Economic Engagement is hosting two special events featuring Erica Kohl-Arenas and Mina Para Matlon from Imagining America January 22-23rd. Imagining America is an association that supports the arts, humanities, and design in public life.
The first event is titled “Creative Culture as a Site of Liberation: Exploring the Messiness of Public Work in the Arts, Design, and Humanities,” a dialogue on community knowledge making and tapping into the power of public imagination. This event will be hosted from 10-11am on January 22nd in the UNCG Faculty Center.
The second event will be sponsored by the Community Engagement Writing Group from 9-10am on January 23rd in 3603 MHRA Building. Join in coffee and conversation about Imagining America’s Learning and Leading Initiative to develop a nationally adoptable set of guidelines for the valuing of publicly engaged scholarship and pedagogy in higher education and dialogue about seeking promotion and tenure as an engaged scholar at UNCG.
RSVP for both events via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.