Graduate Student Art Education Association (GSAEA)

The mission of Graduate Student Art Education Association (GSAEA) at UNT is to support all Art Education Master’s and Doctoral students or other interested parties by creating opportunities for professional development and camaraderie.

We draw on the diverse skill sets, backgrounds and strengths that are represented among our graduate students to collaborate on academic endeavors and community-based art education projects.

The group exists as a social network to create opportunities for collaboration, professional development, publication, and conference presentation.

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Student accomplishments

AE Sarah Travis, David Herman, Amy Kraehe

Art Education graduate students Sarah Travis (left) and David Herman (middle) presented their research at the 2016 American Educational Research Association annual meeting in Washington, DC. Their papers were collaborations with Dr. Amelia Kraehe, Assistant Professor of Art Education (right).

Art Education and Art History
Art Education

Art Education graduate students Sarah Travis (left) and David Herman (middle) presented their research at the 2016 American Educational Research Association annual meeting in Washington, DC. Their papers were collaborations with Dr. Amelia Kraehe, Assistant Professor of Art Education (right).

Alumni accomplishments

Bevin Butler

Art History BA (2010) and MA (2012) alumna Bevin Butler presenting her paper "Mutilated Martyrs: Torture, Misogyny, and "Becoming Male" in an Antepedium of Virgin Martyrs" at the 2014 International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo.

Art Education and Art History
Art History

Art History BA (2010) and MA (2012) alumna Bevin Butler presenting her paper "Mutilated Martyrs: Torture, Misogyny, and "Becoming Male" in an Antepedium of Virgin Martyrs" at the 2014 International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo.