Liz Langdon

Visiting Assistant Professor
Primary office:
Chalmers Hall
Room 350


Professor Langdon recently received her Ph.D. in art education from the University of North Texas.  Her master’s degree in art education is from the University of Nebraska Lincoln and her undergraduate degrees in fine arts and education are from University of Nebraska Omaha. She had careers as a K-12 art educator, museum educator and studio artist in Omaha.  She has multiple works of public art throughout the Omaha area and in private collections, some of which are community collaborations, including The Rose Theater, Bryant Center mural, Dodge Park, Children’s Hospital, and downtown Hilton Hotel.  Her research interests in art education include intergenerational and place-based learning, community-based art, indigenous knowledges and in-service and pre-service teacher preparation. Her scholarly publications are included in Trends: Texas Journal of Art Education, Teaching Artist Journal, International Journal of Lifelong Learning of Art Education and International Society of Education in Art (InSEA) 2019 Congress Proceedings. 

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