University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Christine Woywod

Christine WoywodAssistant Professor
Art Education
Ph.D., Art Education, Northern Illinois University
B.S. and M.S. Art Education, Northern Illinois University
B.A., Art History, Northern Illinois University

Christine Woywod is an Assistant Professor of Art Education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her research interests include project based curriculum, arts integration, publicly engaged scholarship, and community partnerships. From 2012-2014 she was the PI/Project Director for Avanzando Lectura y Matemáticas a través del Arte / Advancing Math and Reading through the Arts (ALMA), a research project partnership between the United Community Center, Latino Arts, Inc., and UWM funded through the U.S. Department of Education’s Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination grant program. As a result of her teaching experiences and research, she believes it is important to take issue-based approaches to art instruction and she is enthusiastic about collaborating with other educators to create integrated learning experiences for students.

Fixed, Fluid, and Transient
Envisioning Home, Self, and Community Through Vernacular Art Environments
Remembering Through Art
Objects of Amplified Context
Life Histories of Urban Art Teachers In A Time of Uncertainty and New Commonalities