This paper describes recollections of my personal experiences in Israel and their interplay with my decisions as an art educator. These stories are examples of how the borders between the professional, the personal, and the institutional are blurred. Becoming and being an art educator in a country which is deeply affected by a long-standing, deep-rooted, stubborn, and violent conflict, I struggle to find ways to teach art in a meaningful way and to react to the culture of conflict through critical art pedagogy.
How to Cite:
Evron, N. C., (2015) “Stories of Becoming an Art Educator: Opening a Closed Door”, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education 32(1), p.110-126. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/jcrae.4910