Presenter Proposal Form
Dear Graduate Students,

We invite graduate (and recently graduated) students to submit a presentation proposal for an arts education research symposium. The fourth annual International Graduate Research Symposium of the Arts Education Research for Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development UNITWIN (“UNITWIN International Graduate Research Symposium” for short) will be held on Tuesday, June 20th and Thursday, June 22nd, 2023. The purpose of this virtual online symposium is to allow graduate students from around the world to share and discuss their arts education research and engage in helpful dialogue.

The symposium, hosted by the UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning at Queen’s University, Canada, will take place via Zoom and each presenter will have ten minutes to share their work. We are open to formal, informal, and alternative presentation formats. For instance, you might choose to formally present your research using PowerPoint slides; informally describe your work (no visuals needed); or present your research using arts-based approaches (e.g., show/perform an artwork based on your research and invite discussion around the work). Other formats are possible as well. Our hope is that presenters will choose a format that works for them.

In terms of content, presentations should focus on dissertation, thesis, or project-based research. Students may describe their research at any stage (i.e., the research does not have to be completed).

If you are interested in participating, please submit this proposal form by Friday, May 19th, 2023.

Presenters will be informed of their acceptance by June 2nd, 2023.

If you have any questions, they may be directed to the symposium Chair, Dr. Tiina Kukkonen ( or Dr. Benjamin Bolden, UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning at Queen’s University (

Thank you,

Tiina Kukkonen, PhD
Symposium Chair
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