Laura Reeder

Title: Assistant Professor

Degrees: BFA Syracuse University; MFA Boston University; PhD candidate, Syracuse University

Exhibitions & Gallery Projects:
La Casita Cultural Center, Syracuse, NY, 2012 - Places of Belonging; King & King, Syracuse, NY, 2011 - Seymourofus Storyline; XL Projects, Syracuse, NY, 2009 - Syracuse University faculty exhibit: ArtRage, Syracuse, NY, 2009 - VanDuyn Community: Iraqi Children's Art Exchange; The Creamery, Lafayette, NY, 1997-2001 multi-media installations; Spark Gallery, Syracuse, NY, 2000 - Matrilineage; Pastabilities, Syracuse, NY, 2000 - Homebodies/Tastefully Dressed and 1999 - Little Woman; Schweinfurth, Auburn, NY, 1997 - Made in New York.

In Rolling, J. (2012), Arts-Based Research Primer, research brief, Peter Lang: NY; Reeder, L. (2012) Hyphenated Artists: A Body of Potential. The Journal of Social Theory and Art Education; Reeder, L. (2012) Reform Dynamics: Seymourofus. Teaching Artist Journal, 10(1); Reeder, L. (2009) Hurry Up and Wait: A national scan of teaching artist research and professional development. Teaching Artist Journal, 7(1); Reeder, L. (2007). Teaching Artistry. Teaching Artist Journal, 5(1); Reeder, L. (2010, November) Teaching Artists as Advocates: The Power of Mixing Messages. TRIAD, Ohio Music Educators Journal; Reeder, L. (2008, July). Arts, Education, and Leadership: Powerful Network or Tangled Web? Arts Education Quarterly, Americans for the Arts, DC.

US Dept. of Education, AEMDD/Eastern Suffolk BOCES, 2009-2013; JP Morgan Chase/Syracuse City Schools, "Arts in Mind", 2007-2012; Lila G. Bull Trust Assistantship, 2011-2012; Imagining America, PAGE Fellowship, 2010; NYS Alliance for Arts Education Citation for statewide leadership, 2010; US Department of Labor "ArtWorks", 2009-2010; Kauffman Foundation, "Hyphenated Artists" E-Practitioner Fellowship, 2008; Syracuse City School District Citation for arts resource development, 2005; NY State Council on the Arts - various arts education projects, 1999-2009.

Teaching Artist Journal and ALT/space, Associate Editor, 2005-2011; National Art Education Association conference sessions, 2012; Hartford Public Schools/Greater Hartford Arts Council, Artist Leader, 2011; Partners for Arts Education, Executive Director, 2000-2010; Americans for the Arts, Education Council, 2008-2010; Kennedy Center Arts Education Leadership Mentor, 2010; Arts & Culture Leadership Alliance of Central New York, President/Peer; 2003-2009; Ping Chong & Company, Curriculum Consultant, 2008-2009; Guggenheim Museum of Art, Panel Moderator: A Year with Children - Teaching Artistry, 2007.