Current Writing Projects
Picture This: The How and Why of Creativity. Designed for university visual art studies, this book presents and discusses a targeted range of pedagogies and perspectives about creativity integrated with the practice of being creative. Proposal is under review.
Pedagogy and Curriculum
Experiencing Art, Davis Publications. Primary author for the teacher's edition pedagogical material for visual arts textbook (2022).
Coauthor for The Visual Experience, 4th edition textbook and primary author for the Teacher's Edition, Davis Publications, (2020).
Bartholomee, L. (2018). Create your future: Four arts-based leadership activities. Curriculum published by the American Council for International Studies.
Academic Awards and Grants
University of North Texas Scholarly Research Writing Award, 2015
Collapsing Boundaries (pdf)
Onstead Institute Travel Award, 2015, 2017
Nancy Berry Scholarship in Art Education, 2015
McCarter Scholarship in Art Education, 2014, 2016
Nicholas & Anna Ricco Ethics Award, 2014
CVAD Student Project Award Grant for research 2014, 2016, 2017
Dean’s Research Fellowship, University of Texas at Arlington, 2006
ORCID # 0000-0003-3091-5749
Bartholomee, L. (2022 anticipated). Discovering lostness: Wandering and getting lost as research methodology. In Lasczik, Cutter-Mackenzie & Rousell (Eds.), Walking as Critical Inquiry. SABER series for Springer Publications.
Bartholomee, L. & McBurnett, M. (2018). Creativity and critical thinking in visual arts. In J.B. Jimerson & S. Quebec Fuentes (Eds.), Instructional leadership in the content areas: Case studies for curriculum and instruction. New York, NY: Routledge/UCEA.
Bartholomee, L. (2018). New Orleans: America’s creative crescent. In Art, creativity and politics in Africa and the African Diaspora. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bartholomee, L. (2021). From solitude to solidarity.
Art Education Journal 74(4). Special series "Experiences in Distance and Isolation: Art Stories from the Pandemic," July 2021.
Bartholomee, L. (2019). What is our creativity worth? Art Education Journal 72(5) 34-39.
Bartholomee, L. (2017). Beyond the classroom: Discover the transformational power of living curriculum. Art Education Journal 70(6) 49-53. DOI:10.1080/00043125.2017.1361775
Herman, D., Kraehe, A., Bartholomee, L., Lewis, T. (2017).
Creating the city: An interview with Antonia Darder and Pepón Osorio. Policy Futures in Education 15(6), 791-802. Sage Journals.
Making: Conference Proceedings from the International Society for Education through Art 2019 World Congress in Vancouver. Essay title "Is it Real? Questions of Place, Creativity and Conflict," p98-103.
Bartholomee, L. (2018). How does it feel to be creative? A phenomenological investigation of the creative experience in kinetic places.