International Journal of Education Through Art (Journal)

ISSN 17435234 , ONLINE ISSN 2040090X

The International Journal of Education Through Art, published in partnership with InSEA, is an English language journal that promotes relationships between art and education. The term 'art education' should be taken to include art, craft and design education. Each issue, published three times a year within a single volume, consists of peer-reviewed articles mainly in the form of research reports and critical essays, but may also include exhibition reviews and image-text features.

Category: Visual Arts


Principal Editor

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas
ijetaed3@gmail.com

Editors

Mira Kallio-Tavin
Aalto University
mira.kallio-tavin@aalto.fi

Sheri Klein
Kent State University
ijetaed11@gmail.com

Alexandra Lasczik
Southern Cross University
ijetaed12@gmail.com

Reviews Editors

Nicholas Houghton
University for the Creative Arts, UK
NHoughton@uca.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Kate Wurtzel
University of North Texas
ijetaea1@gmail.com

The International Journal of Education Through Art is interdisciplinary in its reflection of teaching and learning contexts and also in its representation of artistic approaches and practices. It provides a platform for those who wish to question and evaluate the ways in which art education is practiced, disseminated and interpreted across a diverse range of educational contexts. 

Particular emphasis is placed on articles that:
• Critically reflect on the relationship between education and art
• Propose original ways of rethinking the status of education and art education
• Address the role of teaching and learning in either formal or informal educational contexts and along side issues of age, gender and social background
• Adopt an open and inventive interpretation of research-based analysis
• Promote and experiment with visual/textual forms of representing art education activities, issues and research


Principal Editor

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas
ijetaed3@gmail.com

Editors

Mira Kallio-Tavin
Aalto University
mira.kallio-tavin@aalto.fi

Sheri Klein
Kent State University
ijetaed11@gmail.com

Alexandra Lasczik
Southern Cross University
ijetaed12@gmail.com

Reviews Editors

Nicholas Houghton
University for the Creative Arts, UK
NHoughton@uca.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Kate Wurtzel
University of North Texas
ijetaea1@gmail.com

Principal Editor

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas
ijetaed3@gmail.com

Editors

Mira Kallio-Tavin
Aalto University
mira.kallio-tavin@aalto.fi

Sheri Klein
Kent State University
ijetaed11@gmail.com

Alexandra Lasczik
Southern Cross University
ijetaed12@gmail.com

Reviews Editors

Nicholas Houghton
University for the Creative Arts, UK
NHoughton@uca.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Kate Wurtzel
University of North Texas
ijetaea1@gmail.com

Principal Editor

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas
ijetaed3@gmail.com

Editors

Mira Kallio-Tavin
Aalto University
mira.kallio-tavin@aalto.fi

Sheri Klein
Kent State University
ijetaed11@gmail.com

Alexandra Lasczik
Southern Cross University
ijetaed12@gmail.com

Reviews Editors

Nicholas Houghton
University for the Creative Arts, UK
NHoughton@uca.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Kate Wurtzel
University of North Texas
ijetaea1@gmail.com

Notes for Contributors Download

Call for Papers: Reconciliation Download


Special Issue: 'Reconciliation'

Guest Editors: Sheri R. Klein

ETA welcomes contributions for a special issue on the theme of reconciliation. Reconciliation refers to an internal/external and individual/collective process of moving forward to resolve incompatibilities within/between persons, places, cultures and ideas. It attempts to bring disparities closer together and the resolve of contentious relations and ongoing turbulence within local/global communities and sites of practice. While reconciliation is recognized in regards to ethno-political conflicts, restoration of relations with indigenous communities, peace building movements, activism and cultural heritage work, it has applications for art + design education and those who serve and work in international communities of practice, in youth, government and community organizations, and particularly, those communities that are impacted by conflict.

The special issue seeks practical, theoretical and arts-based contributions in the form of articles and visual essays that can advance understandings and begin dialogue about reconciliation relative to the many ways that reconciliation intersects with pedagogical, artistic, historical, community-based and conflicted sites of practice. Possible lines of inquiry may include:

  • the nature and outcomes of reconciliation in the context of artistic and art education practices and communities
  • the pedagogy of reconciliation and how it might be approached
  • individual and collective responsibilities toward reconciliation
  • the impact of reconciliation within art museum practices
  • the influence of technology on reconciliation practices
  • migration, immigration and reconciliation
  • ecological, environmental, post-humanism and interspecies reconciliation
  • personal, social, group and/or professional identity reconciliation
  • reconciliation and healing
  • restorative justice
  • arts-based methods for reconciliation work

Please download the full call for papers above.

Deadline: The deadline for full submissions is 30 October 2020.

Final submissions should be submitted to: ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/ijeta/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions

Inquiries may be addressed to the guest editor: ijetaed11@gmail.com

 

 

General Issues

Articles should not normally exceed 6000 words in length, should include full references and bibliography, and should also include an abstract of no more than 150 words detailing the key areas of analysis. In addition to illustrated articles we are happy to receive proposals for creative image/text features that document, evaluate or reflect on learning activities, events and outcomes. In this instance individuals are required to submit visual materials together with a written proposal which should include a critical introduction of no more than 300 words outlining to the editorial team why the work submitted is relevant to the theme of art education. Please refer to the full guidelines before submitting an article or feature.

Potential topics include:
• Art, craft and design education
• Formal and informal education contexts
• Meaning making, image and identity in art education
• Public, community and environmental art
• Pedagogy and emerging technologies Policy and practice
• Trans-cultural issues
• Visual communication and culture

To submit an article or for submission guidelines please go to IJETA's online submission page.

Guidelines for authors (articles and image-text features) can be found at: http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/ijeta/index

Journal contributors will receive a free PDF copy of their final work upon publication. Print copies of the journal may also be purchased by contributors at half price.

Principal Editor

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas
ijetaed3@gmail.com

Editors

Mira Kallio-Tavin
Aalto University
mira.kallio-tavin@aalto.fi

Sheri Klein
Kent State University
ijetaed11@gmail.com

Alexandra Lasczik
Southern Cross University
ijetaed12@gmail.com

Reviews Editors

Nicholas Houghton
University for the Creative Arts, UK
NHoughton@uca.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Kate Wurtzel
University of North Texas
ijetaea1@gmail.com

Editorial Board

David Andrew
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Alice Arnold
East Carolina University, USA

Carl-Peter Buschkühle
Justus-Liebig-University, Germany

Glen Coutts
University of Lapland, Finland

Mousumi De
Indiana University, USA

Kathryn Grushka
University of Newcastle, Australia

Marjo van Hoorn
Cultuurnetwerk, The Netherlands

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas

Andrea Kárpáti
ELTE, Hungary

Vasiliki Labitsi
University of the Aegean, Greece

Jeong Ae Park
Gongju Institute of Education, Korea

Harold Pearse
University of Alberta, Canada

Analice Dutra Pillar
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Jurema Sampaio
Centro Universitário Unianchieta, Brazil

Cathy A Smilan
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA

Debbie Smith-Shank
The Ohio State University, USA

Rachel De Sousa Vianna
Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais, Brazil

Naoe Toshio
University of Tsukuba

Shei-Chau Wang
Northern Illinois University

Li-Yan Wang
National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

Steve Willis
Missouri State University, USA

Laura Worsley
Schools Group, Association of Art Historians, UK

International Editorial Consultants

Anna Mae Barbosa
University of São Paulo, Brazil

Tsen-Yao Chang
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Mika Cho
California State University, USA

Kinichi Fukomoto
Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan

Maria Fulkova
Charles University, Czech Republic

Folkert Haanstra
Amsterdam University of the Arts, the Netherlands

Fernando Hernandez
University of Barcelona, Spain

Ann Kuo
National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Rachel Mason
University of Roehampton, UK

Graham Nash
Independent Arts Consultant

Vedat Ozsov
TOBB University of Economics and Technology

Marjan Prevodnik
The National Education Institute, Slovenia

James H Sanders
The Ohio State University, USA

Jill Smith
The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Kevin Tavin
Aalto University, Finland

Principal Editor

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas
ijetaed3@gmail.com

Editors

Mira Kallio-Tavin
Aalto University
mira.kallio-tavin@aalto.fi

Sheri Klein
Kent State University
ijetaed11@gmail.com

Alexandra Lasczik
Southern Cross University
ijetaed12@gmail.com

Reviews Editors

Nicholas Houghton
University for the Creative Arts, UK
NHoughton@uca.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Kate Wurtzel
University of North Texas
ijetaea1@gmail.com

 
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Principal Editor

Nadine Kalin
University of North Texas
ijetaed3@gmail.com

Editors

Mira Kallio-Tavin
Aalto University
mira.kallio-tavin@aalto.fi

Sheri Klein
Kent State University
ijetaed11@gmail.com

Alexandra Lasczik
Southern Cross University
ijetaed12@gmail.com

Reviews Editors

Nicholas Houghton
University for the Creative Arts, UK
NHoughton@uca.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Kate Wurtzel
University of North Texas
ijetaea1@gmail.com

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