Graduate Research Assistant – MODAL Research Group
Sue Dyer is a Graduate Research Assistant for MODAL Research and a Masters student in Arts Education at Simon Fraser University. She is involved in the research project, Intergenerational Artistic Explorations through the World of Work on the New Westminster Waterfront. Her interest is in communicating through the arts, making connections and creating meaning through an exchange of knowledge, shared experience and expertise gained through intergenerational connections and shared artistic explorations. Sue has been an arts educator since 1992, creating visual arts programs for young children through to adults. She currently teaches Kindergarten to grade nine in a home-school program, with 13 years experience as a home school educator.
|In-progress||M.A.||Arts Education||Simon Fraser University|
|1992||P.D.P.||Fine Arts Module||Simon Fraser University||1991||B.F.A||Fine Arts||Simon Fraser University (Combined with Emily Carr College of Arts & Design)|
|1989||Fine Arts Diploma||Fine Arts||Langara College|