Dr. Hsieh joined the Art Education team at the Georgia State University in 2008. Before he joined the Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design at the GSU, Dr. Hsieh worked as a research assistant under the Department of Eastern Asian Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 2006. He taught art at the Si-Wei Elementary School for six years in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. Dr. Hsieh received his Ph.D. in art education from the Pennsylvania State University in 2008, MFA in art history and BA in visual art education from the National Ping-Tung University of Education in Taiwan. He was elected as the Director of Higher Education Division at the Georgia Art Education Association in 2009 and is serving for the terms of 2011 to 2012. His research and teaching interests include: interdisciplinary art education, Chinese art history (Northern Song Dynasty landscape painting), museum education, art administration, and instructional technology in art education. He presented his research articles and papers both in the U.S. and overseas. His articles were published in several research journals, such as Museology Quarterly, Humanities and Social Sciences Research, Journal of Fine Arts, and Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. His works are shown both nationally and internationally.
Dr. Hsieh’s Publications:
Hsieh, K. (2011). Using technology to develop your teaching portfolio: A guide for K-12
art educators. Advisory (Fall Issue), Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.
Hsieh, K. (2010). Professional development in art museum teacher education and
participants’ needs: A case study evaluating the VAST (Visual Arts as Resources for Teaching) Program at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Museology Quarterly, 24(1), 35-77.
Hsieh, K. (2010). Artistic style of Frank Stella (1936~). Journal of Fine Arts, 3, 71-104.
Hsieh, K. (2009). An exploratory study on the design of summer teacher program: the
case study of art museums in the United States. Humanities and Social Sciences Research, 3(2), 1-26.
Hsieh, K. (2009). Contextual perspectives and the aesthetics of Guo-Xi’s the Lofty of
Ambition of Forests and Streams. Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, 33, 49-66.
Hsieh, K. (1998). A Study of the Style of Art by Frank Stella. In Pingtung Teachers
College Distinguished Student’s Thesis Award. Pingtung City: National Pingtung Teacher College Press.
Hsieh, K. (2011). Using Facebook in the classroom. Collage (Spring Issues), Georgia Art
Education Association, 25-26. http://gaeaartforall.com/wordpress/?page_id=804
Hsieh, K. (2011). New art education curriculum in Taiwan: Arts and humanities of the
grade 1-9 curriculum. Journal of the Chinese-American Academic and Professional Association (Spring Issue), 28-34.
Hsieh, K. (2003). Cover design of the History of Chinese Art Education. Taipei: Shi-Ta
Hsieh, K. (2002). Art Education Curriculum for 6th Grade. Tainan: Nan-I Publication.
Hsieh, K. (2010). Digital technology and contextual learning in the museums.
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education Conference Proceeding, 1363-1371.
Hsieh, K. (2009). Digital Technology and Visitors Experiences at Cultural Institutions.
The 13th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education. (pp.274-278). Taipei: National Taiwan Normal University.
PUBLISHED ART WORK IN EXHIBITION REVIEW/CATALOGUE
Hsieh, K. (2011). Big Step. In T. Suchan, G. Yang, and W. Cheng (Eds.), Looking both
ways: A contemporary art exhibition coinciding with the centennial of the Xinhai revelution (pp. 48-49). Ypsilanti, MI: Eastern Michigan University.
Pollack, J. (2011). International Invitational Exhibition: Spirited Calligraphy (In
Japanese). The Nihon Shohou Journal, 24, 100-102.
Hsieh, K. (2011, June 24). Taiwan 100 Years: Review of the first teacher protest in
Taiwan. Atlanta Chinese News, pp. 9.
Hsieh, K. (2011). Poster Design. 2011 Chinese New Year Festival. Atlanta Chinese
Culture Center, Chamblee, Georgia.
Hsieh, K. (2010). Untitled. Brochure of the Faculty Luncheon Seminar Series Spring
2010, Atlanta, GA: Georgia State University.