A Visual Journey
Lexi is an academic at Southern Cross University, Australia. She is an artist and educator whose chosen mediums are painting, photographs, poetry, walking and creative writing.
Travel and journeying are large themes in her work, as are the Arts, Arts-based research and Education.
Lexi is committed to equity and social justice, and her spirited advocacy of a high quality Arts education for all expands across three decades.
Alexandra is a multi-award winning teacher and researcher known internationally for her work in Arts-Based Educational Research [ABER] framed knowledge translation modes that speak to broader audiences than just the academy (issues of accessibility, including creative writing and artmaking); and Movement, specifically walkography, as an ABER methodology.
ABER; A/r/tography; Walkography
Visual Arts & Photography
Creative writing, including Poetry
Learning & Teaching in the Visual Arts
Alexandra is a nationally and internationally recognised and awarded teacher educator and academic in the Arts, and was a secondary Visual Arts teacher and coordinator for 25 years.
PhD topics of interest:
Arts education, especially Visual Arts education
Creativity in education, particularly with respect to curriculum design
Painting, Printmaking and Photography
For more information go to https://works.bepress.com/alexandra_cutcher/
Knight, L. & Lasczik Cutcher, A. (Eds.). (2018). Arts-research-education: Connections and directions. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.
Lasczik Cutcher, A. & Irwin, R.L. (Eds.). (2018). The Flâneur and Education Research: A Metaphor for Knowing, Being Ethical, and New Data Production. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Lasczik Cutcher, A.J. (2018). Moving-With & Moving-Through Homelands, Languages & Memory: An Arts-based Walkography. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
THE FLÂNEUR AND EDUCATION RESEARCH
Lasczik Cutcher, A. & Irwin, R.L. (2018). Walking and lingering as flâneur: Collaborations, generations and sensations in A. Lasczik Cutcher & R.L. Irwin The Flâneur and Education Research: A Metaphor for Knowing, Being Ethical, and New Data Production. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Lasczik Cutcher, A. (2018). Collaboration as individual learning event: Collective consciousness and shared practice in the development of pedagogical content knowledge in Visual Arts pre-service teachers, in L. Knight & A. Lasczik Cutcher, (Eds.), Arts-Research-Education: Connections and Directions, 151-170. Dordrecht: Springer.
Lasczik Cutcher, A. (2018). Pentimento: An ethnic identity revealed, concealed, revealed, in L. Knight & A. Lasczik Cutcher, (Eds.), Arts-Research-Education: Connections and Directions, 87-100. Dordrecht: Springer.
JOURNAL OF CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY
June 2012 - May 2014
Lasczik Cutcher, A. & Irwin, R.L. (2017). Walkings-through paint: A c/a/r/tography of slow scholarship. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (14)2. DOI:10.1080/15505170.2017.1310680
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ART AND DESIGN EDUCATION
Cutcher, A. & Boyd, W. (2016). Preschool children, painting and palimpsest: Collaboration as perspective, process, pedagogy and product. International Journal of Art and Design Education. DOI: 10.1111/jade.12113.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION THROUGH ART
Cutcher, A., Rousell, D. & Cutter-Mackenzie, A. (2015). Findings, windings and entwinings: Cartographies of collaborative walking and encounter. International Journal of Education through Art 11(3), 449-458.