International Perspective of Visual Arts Research in Education
Wednesday, May 3, 2017: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Room MB 2.130
John Molson Building, 1450 Guy St., Montreal, Québec
We joined international art educators for a day-long event where we discussed a host of topics concerning arts-based educational research, a/r/tography, artistic research, research-creation, practice-based research and more. Scholars presented dynamic, brief talks about research in progress, visual art dissertations, what constitutes arts research, how to define the merits of creative scholarship, and related issues, such as the sustainability of visual arts research as the roles of universities change.
This was a public event sponsored by the Department of Art Education, the Faculty of Fine Arts and the Office of Research at Concordia University, in conjunction with Centre for Oral Histories and Digital Storytelling, and with the generous support of a Connections Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
- An a/r/tographic pulse: Opening conversations of resistance and accommodation as scholarly provocation
By Anita Sinner, Jennifer Wicks & Darlene St. Georges
- Arts-based practices in Doctoral Research Methodologies [15 MB]
By Jeff Adams
- Arts-based and artistic dissertations in Aalto University, Finland
By Mira Kallio-Tavin & Kevin Tavin
- Visual art education projects (Art based research)
By Paloma Palau-Pellicer
- Taking Shape: Appearance and Theory
By Brooke Hofsess, Karinna Riddett & Richard Siegesmund
- The structure of PhD programs in Egyptian art education
By Samia Elsheikh & Balil Makled
- [H]a/r/tography as an intervention for sustainable development: relationships of continuation and change in the context of a remote island
By Sophia Chaita
- Barrier or catalyst: Cross-cultural and language issues for doctoral researchers in Japan
By Toshio Naoe