Becoming a/r/tography, by Irwin, R.. In Dias, B. (Ed.). Seminar Methods Visual Images & Cultures. http://www.metodosvisuaiseculturasdasimagens.com/ (e-book format with ISBN to follow). Reprinted and translated with permission from Irwin, R. L. (2013). Becoming a/r/tography. Studies in Art Education. 54(3), 198-215.
Radicant art teacher education, by Irwin, Rita L., Boulton-Funke, Adrienne & LeBlanc, Natalie. In Marin Viadel, Ricardo & Roldan, Joaquin (Eds.). (Re)Presentations, Glances, Reflections in Arts Based Research and Artistic Research, Volume One (pp. 25-46). Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference (pp. 25-46). Granada, Spain: University of Granada.
A/r/tography and communities of practice, by Irwin, Rita L. & Sinner, Anita. In Marin Viadel, Ricardo & Roldan, Joaquin (Eds.). (Re)Presentations, Glances, Reflections in Arts Based Research and Artistic Research. Volume Two (pp. 45-72). Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference (pp. 45-72). Granada, Spain: University of Granada.
Art education excursions and incursions as radicant practice, by Rita L. Irwin. (2013). In M. Li & H. Long (Eds). Synthesis, Interaction, Innovation: Comparative Studies of Art Education between East and West. The 4th World Chinese Arts Education Symposium, (pp. 22-36). Beijing: People's Fine Art Publishing House.
Turning to a/r/tography, by Rita L. Irwin. (2012). Proceedings of KOSEA Conference: Relational art and art education: Interconnected meanings of communication and relationships through art education. Seoul, Korea. September 22, 2012 (pp. 29-44).
Walking as Sustaining Ourselves through Arts Education, by Rita L. Irwin. (2010). European Regional InSEA Congress, Rovaniemi, Finland, June 21-24. Co-presenters: Rita Irwin & Carl Leggo (co-written with Valerie Triggs). See congress website.
Becoming Pedagogical through a/r/tography, by Rita L. Irwin. (2009). Motivation for innovation and creativity of youth (MICY). 2nd International Colloqium, Ljubljana, Slovenia, October 14-17, 2009 (p.33).
Mentor's introduction to "A Study of Dress through Artistic Inquiry" by Daniel Barney, PhD Candidate, UBC, by Rita L. Irwin. (2008). National Art Education Association Conference, Working Papers. March 2008.
Mentor's introduction to "Being at the Edge of Landscape: Sense of Place and Pedagogy" by Patti Pente, PhD Candidate, UBC, by Rita L. Irwin. (2008). National Art Education Association Conference, Working Papers. March 2008.
Mentor's introduction to Pauline Sameshima, PhD, UBC, by Rita L. Irwin. (2007). National Art Education Association Conference, Working Papers. March 2007. Available: http://www.uiowa.edu/~srae/workingpapers/2007/index.htm.
Studio Practice as a State of Mind: A/r/tographic Commitments as a Way of Being, by Rita L. Irwin. (2007). Knowhow Minds Making Symposium in Reykjavik, Iceland, April 19-21. Available: http://www.knowhow.is/newtypo/index.php?id=187.
Investigating Curriculum Integration, the Arts and Diverse Learning Environments, by R. L. Irwin, P. Gouzouasis, C. Leggo, & S. Springgay. (2006). United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Congress on Arts Education, Lisbon, Portugal. Retrieved May 29, 2011 here >
The pedagogy of performative liberation: A multilectic inter/intrastanding, A. de Cosson, S. Wilson, R. L. Irwin, S. Adu Poku, P. Pente, W. Stephenson, & S. Springgay. (2003). In Sahasrabudhe, P. (Ed.). The 31st InSEA World Congress Proceedings, 2002, International Conversations through Art, New York, August 19-24. (cd rom) 21 pgs.
A/R/T as metonymic metissage, by R.L. Irwin & A. de Cosson. (2003). In Sahasrabudhe, P. (Ed.). The 31st InSEA World Congress Proceedings, 2002, International Conversations through Art, New York, August 19-24. (cd rom) 18 pgs.
Performative liberation: A multilectic inter/intrastanding of pedagogy, by S. Wilson, W. Stephenson, S. Springgay, R.L. Irwin, A. de Cosson, & S. Adu Poku. (2002). In T. Poetter, C. Haerr, M. Hayes, C. Higgins & K. Wilson Baptist (Eds.). In (Ex)clusion (Re)Visioning the Democratic Ideal (Papers from the 2nd Curriculum and Pedagogy Group's Annual Conference, University of Victoria, BC, October 2001). (13 webpages). Troy, NY: Educator's International Press.
A look at the practical knowledge "images" of a fine arts superviso, by Rita L. Irwin. (1989). Public Policy and Arts Administration: National Art Education Association Affiliate (Papers from Annual Conferences 1988 and 1989). David B. Pankratz (Ed.). Issue Number 3, 31-36.
* For information on earlier work, please see Rita Irwin’s full CV.