Summer Virtual PD featuring art educator and dynamic presenter, Libya Doman. Using conversation as “mirrors and windows” to seeing ourselves and others, Libya Doman designs and delivers curriculums, workshops, and keynotes to help educators grapple with topics that are often deemed “taboo.”
Join us for a two hour FREE PD on practices that support anti-racist and anti-bias pedagogy. Below the Surface of Art Education will enable participants to reflect upon the barriers that restrict access to learning. Moreover, specific strategies for analyzing and refining instructional practices are included with this presentation. This session is exclusively for members of our state organizations.
A two hour professional development certificate will be issued for all attendees. Zoom link will be provided a week before the event. Space is limited to the 200 participants that sign up. This professional development is for Illinois, Missouri, and Tennessee art educators.
Libya Doman’s Biography
Ms. Doman is proud to have a degree from Spelman College; an HBCU. She received a post Baccalaureate from Moore College of Art & Design. She earned her Master’s in Art Education and 2D Art from TC, Columbia University. Libya Doman is a National Board-certified visual art educator and a cultural responsiveness facilitator.
For many years, Ms. Doman has served as an Equity Lead in her school system as well as an adjunct professor at George Mason University. She was a member of NAEA’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) Task Force . Libya is an ED&I Guide for NAEA’s School for Art Leaders and Cultural Competency programs. She was named VAEA’s 2020 Art Educator of the Year as well as Elementary Art Educator of the Year. In summer 2022, Libya was named a Milken Center Fellow.