Characteristics Journalist 21 minutes ago Dr Daniela Fifi has been appointed reviewer and member of the editorial board of Viewfinder and The Art Education Journal of the United States-based National Art Education Association (NAEA). –
Dr Daniela Fifi has been appointed reviewer and member of the editorial board of Viewfinder and The Art Education Journal; two main publications of the United States-based National Art Education Association (NAEA).
She has also been invited to address MIT students as a guest speaker to deliver lectures on the interdisciplinary nature of the Caribbean arts. His presentation will be part of a series of lectures on the importance of creativity in science and innovation.
Viewfinder is an experimental digital journal hosted by the NAEA focused on the intersection of social justice and museum education. ViewFinder offers experiences, invites critics and encourages intergenerational dialogue.
So far, Fifi has overseen two peer-reviewed publications, including one that focuses on the change discourse within the museum education community, according to a press release from Black Collar Creative.
For this post, Fifi reviewed several submissions that highlighted how the international arts community has been affected by covid19 and the subsequent implications the pandemic has forced creative communities to face. The publication advocates change within artistic and cultural institutions.
Art Education Journal is a bimonthly publication covering a wide range of topics of professional interest to art educators and visual arts education. The NAEA was founded in 1947 and is the premier professional membership organization exclusively for visual arts and design education professionals in the United States.
Fifi’s appointment as a member of the editorial board of the journal Art Education positions her on one of the most accredited editorial boards in the field of arts education. Fifi will be one of the few women members of the Caribbean editorial board to have held this post. These appointments create an opportunity for essential Caribbean representation at this level, and at the intersection of Caribbean culture and global arts in education, the statement said.
Fifi is a graduate of Teachers College, Columbia University, where she obtained her PhD in Art and Arts Education, of the University of Manchester, UK, where she obtained her Masters in Art Gallery and Museum Studies, and Pratt Institute, New York, where she obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design.
His most recent work is the 2021 publication of Art Collecting in the English-Speaking Caribbean, co-authored with Nimah Zakuri for In Haitham Eid and Robert Janes (editors) in Museum Innovation, published by Routledge Press. His next upcoming research and publication includes a book on the Art and Life of Geoffrey Holder, which was fully funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation.