The Arts & Learning 
Special Interest Group
will sponsor paper sessions, workshops, 
roundtables and seminars at the
2001 AERA Annual Meeting in  Seattle, WA.
A&L SIG is a forum for discussion of issues related to research in arts and education. All arts disciplines are entertained, and a wide range of research techniques are represented. A lively listserv and up-to-date membership directory are advantages for joining
LISTERV INFO
Membership Directory Form
A&L SIG MEMBER DIRECTORY
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
by-laws 1999
 
SEATTLE
Membership information: Nancy Ellis, A&L SIG, Treasurer, 1999-'01
ellis@lemming.uvm.edu.

Program information: Liora Bresler , A&L SIG,  Program Chair, 1999-'01
liora@uiuc.edu.

Past A & L Programs

2000
1999 
1998

1997
The Journal of Arts and Learning
How to submit, guidelines, etc.
For more information
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A&L Executive Board members are:
  • David Betts (Chair)

  • bettsj@u.arizona.edu
  • Liora Bresler (Chair-elect, Program chair & Co-editor of the A&L Journal)  liora@uiuc.edu
  • Nancy Ellis (Treasure & Co-editor of the A&L Journal)

  • ellis@lemming.uvm.edu
  • Larry Kantner (Past-chair)

  • artlak@showme.missouri.edu
  • Kelli Jo Kerry Moran (liaison to SIG: Arts Based Research)

  • kerrymoran@eac.cc.az.us
  • Deborah Smith-Shank (liaison to SIG: Semiotics)

  • U21DLS1@WPO.CSO.NIU.EDU
  • Joan Russell (liaison to Canadian researchers)
    russell@education.mcgill.ca