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Garnet, Dustin – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Objects with difficult histories present profound opportunities for learning and teaching alike because of their authenticity, relatability and quite often their ability to inspire empathy. The following article constructs a multivalenced account of a student's vandalised violin by utilising a narrative framework to layer various perspectives into…
Descriptors: History, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Musical Instruments
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Sutton, Emma – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
In this article I offer reflections on my experiences of using autoethnographic and arts-based methodology in order to research within the realm of arts education. This approach enabled me to deeply analyse my own lived-experiences and interact with the work and responses of others. Liminal spaces between identities of artist, researcher and…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Ethnography, Art, Research Methodology
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Wright, Denise – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Beyond Words: Engaging Young Children and Families in Gallery Education at Tate Liverpool, is a three-year ethnographic case study that explores what happens when preschool children, parents and nursery practitioners from a Sure Start Children's Centre, visit Tate to participate in an extended series of gallery visits and workshops with artists.…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Family Programs, Museums, Art Education
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Atkinson, Anne-Marie – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This article offers an analysis of a period of autoethnographic fieldwork conducted at Venture Arts, an art studio in Manchester (UK) that provides infrastructure to support people with intellectual disabilities to participate in the visual arts. The analysis is concerned with two 'discomfort zones' that have become apparent in the research…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Ethnography, Studio Art, Foreign Countries
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Wall, Gina; Hale, Alex – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This paper conceptualises practice in the space between and beyond Art & Archaeology as a zone where disciplinary certainties and known practices are unsettled, expanded and re-cast. We will outline our current thinking about heritage landscapes as places and temporalities for engagement in the practice of what Henk Slager calls the…
Descriptors: Art, Archaeology, Archives, Art Education
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Payne, Rachel – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Since 2017 I have examined the impact of shifting professional practices demonstrated by students of an Artist Teacher MA programme at an English university. Students repeatedly discuss the transformative nature of the course, and through an impact case study I have interrogated the conditions which enable profound changes to occur. Emerging…
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Teachers, Transformative Learning, Graduate Students
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Newman, Terri – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Artist/Teacher/Researcher: I see this identity as one of collaborations. It is one that I share with my colleagues and students. Each day, with others we question, develop, think, create and rebound ideas, changing and moulding them, as we do materials and matter, backwards and forwards, in dialogue with one another. In the absence of these…
Descriptors: Art Education, Design, Artists, Art Teachers
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McAra, Marianne; Ross, Kirsty – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
In this article the authors set out and critically reflect upon an innovative pedagogical approach to delivering studio-based learning -- drawing on the 'Collaborative Futures' project. Collaborative Futures is a live project premised on a futures-focused design brief written with an external partner. In previous iterations of the project,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Interdisciplinary Approach, Design, Studio Art
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Boycott-Garnett, Ruthie; MacRae, Christina; Hackett, Abigail; Otito Tamsho-Thomas, Tina; Holmes, Rachel – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This paper charts an on-going process emerging from a collaborative project between Manchester Art Gallery, and early childhood researchers and practitioners, who are currently working together to develop a new learning space for families. It revolves around the potential of exhibiting a collection of bonbonnieres in this space. These little 18th…
Descriptors: Arts Centers, Museums, Foreign Countries, Family Involvement
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Gregory, Peter; March, Claire – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
The "Valuing Voices" project (funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation) offered an opportunity to reconsider the territorial boundaries of learning in the arts by a group of teachers, artists, pupils and university lecturers. This article will consider the importance of the troubling or discomfort exposed within the processes of learning over…
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Teachers, Teacher Role, Learning Processes
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Faramelli, Anthony; Graham, Janna – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
In politics and philosophy, the question of horizons, the vanishing point that is always out of reach, but provides direction and guidance, underpins utopic thinking. This is a strange phenomenon since, as Jodi Dean suggests, horizons are 'real' insofar as they exist both spatially and temporally. Dean invokes the Lacanian concept of the real to…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Philosophy, World Views, Educational Change
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Marshalsey, Lorraine; Sclater, Madeleine – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
It would seem that technological campuses of tomorrow have manifested in 2020 as an essential spontaneous response to a world event. This article examines the current crisis in physical art and design studio learning in higher education as a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak and the sector's response to the fast-track conversion of blended…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Educational Technology, Electronic Learning
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Macken, Marian; Harrisson, Fiona – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This article presents parallel and collaborative research and teaching practices that expand approaches to encountering site through the lenses of observation and performative drawing. These drawing practices record phenomena, whilst in their presence, through a designed temporal framework. This asks the drawer to observe over a duration of time…
Descriptors: Art Education, Freehand Drawing, Art Expression, Observation
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Akoury, Chahid – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
One of the main goals of design education is to enhance and enable creative thinking. Therefore, effectively teaching visual representational and interpretational skills is vital for the communication and articulation of such ideations. This article will explore examples from two specific introductory design studios where my personal pedagogical…
Descriptors: Design, Teaching Methods, Creative Thinking, Freehand Drawing
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Howell, Joyce Bernstein – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This study examines the key concepts of elements-and-principles art instruction, as defined in the publications by "Vorkurs" (preliminary course) instructors at the Bauhaus. Elements-and-principles instruction was for decades central to formalist art training, and continues to play a role, albeit limited, today. Preceding accounts of the…
Descriptors: Art Education, Art History, Instruction, Models
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