Case studies are presented at our annual symposia so art educators can share their best practices with colleagues. Symposium fees are reduced for case study presenters.
CAGE Call for Case Studies 2017: Accessibility and Advocacy in Museums and Galleries
DEADLINE EXTENDED: we will accept Case Studies until 5:00 EST, February 24, 2017
Share your story with us!
CAGE Case Studies provides an opportunity for our members to share their experiences, expertise, successes and challenges with colleagues from across the country. This year, our call for Case Studies invites you to present the results of a program, exhibition or initiative related to this year’s conference theme: Accessibility and Advocacy in Museums and Galleries.
Case studies will be presented at the 2017 CAGE Symposium, April 20-22 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. If your case study is selected, you will receive a discounted registration fee for the full conference of $320. Selected presenters should be prepared to give a 20 minute presentation on Saturday, April 22, with an additional 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
Submissions for Case Studies will be assessed informally by members of the CAGE Executive. The Executive will ask the following questions: Does the submission present an original and innovative program, initiative or exhibition? Does the submission share ideas applicable to institutions of all sizes and across the country? Does the project address the theme of accessibility and advocacy?
Submissions should be no more than 2 pages in length, and include the following:
— Project title and description of project (1 paragraph)
— Your contact information
— Profile of your gallery/museum (1 paragraph)
— Project dates
— Audience targets and learning goals
— Outcomes and evaluation (statistics where applicable)
— Resources (human, financial, technological, physical)
— What is one major recommendation that will benefit others planning a similar project?
How to Submit a Case Study
Email your case study submission to Dara Armsden at email@example.com by Friday, February 3, 2017 (deadline extended until February 24, 2017). All case study submissions will be acknowledged with an email upon receipt. All case study submitters will be notified of the results prior to posting on our website. See examples of past case studies by clicking on the link below.
See you in Halifax!