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International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education (IJLLAE): Call for Submissions
IJLLAE is the official journal of the Lifelong Learning Special Interest Group of the National Art Education Association. IJLLAE examines educational and cultural policy issues in relation to lifelong learning, arts and aging, adult education, community-based art education, museum-based art education, and intergenerational and transformative arts-based learning. Research in the field of lifelong learning is growing and there is a need for peer-reviewed scholarship. This journal seeks to provide this platform for researchers, educators and artists to share and develop knowledge through scholarly articles and visual essays.
The theme for Volume 5 is Resilience.
Definition: The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. The ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.
Some questions to consider: in what ways does resiliency impact the actions and attitudes of older adults that can be conveyed through art? How can intergenerational relationships become strengthened and resilient by engaging in community-based art processes? What role has resiliency played in regard to art and lifelong learning?
Submissions due 01/31/2022
Manuscripts (5,000-word max)
Visual Essays (1,000 to 1,500-word, images/video encouraged)
Book/Media Reviews (750 to 1,500-words)
Canadian Review of Art Education Revue Canadienne D'Education Artistique - Call for Submissions
The Canadian Review of Art Education (CRAE) is a refereed journal published by the Canadian Society for Education through Art. We invite theoretical and research-based submissions that address issues relating to art education. We welcome submissions from all disciplines and fields of study. CRAE defines art education broadly given that it takes place in many different contexts informed by a range of perspectives in addition to K-12, higher education and community education. We encourage submissions from researchers, scholars, policymakers, educators, and students.
Manuscripts must be prepared using Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx format), Times Roman 12 point font, be double-spaced and have one inch margins on all sides. Manuscripts must include an abstract of no more than 100 words and should be a maximum of 6000 words long, including references. Manuscripts must include a separate title page, a running head, and a list of three to five keywords. The title page will also include the full name(s), the institutional affiliations of author(s), and the contact information, including email(s) and mailing address(es). All submissions must be masked for the review process. Successive pages should include page numbers and the running head but should not include authors’ names, affiliations, and identification notes. Authors must use endnotes, not footnotes. Black & white photographs (300 dpi required, JPEG or TIFF), drawings, and diagrams must be clear, fully labelled, with appropriate credits for copyright clearance, and appear at the end of the manuscript. Authors should prepare manuscripts using only the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), 5th edition (2001). Authors may submit papers, book reviews, and commentaries written in English or French.
How to Submit: Please submit by email with attachment (s) to the editor Anita Sinner, Concordia University, Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts: email@example.com. For more information visit http://www.csea-scea.ca/.
International Journal of Education Through Art - Call for Articles
The International Journal of Education through Art is seeking submissions. The journal 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. Each issue consists of peer-reviewed articles and image-text features. 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 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
Submissions can be made at any time online by registering at: http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/ijet/index
Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education - Call for Submissions
Sponsoring/Host Institution: USSEA
Deadline or End Date (month, day, year): Rolling
Description of the Opportunity (1,000 character max, including spaces): The Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education will consider for publication manuscripts on all aspects of social and cultural research relevant for art and visual culture education, including cultural foundations of art education, cross-cultural and multicultural research in art education, and cultural aspects of art in education. These areas should be interpreted in a broad sense and can include community arts, schools, arts administration, art museum education, art therapy, and other disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches that are relevant to art and visual culture education. Theoretical research, research in which qualitative and/or quantitative methods are used, and visual formats will be considered.
Please visit www.jcrae.org for more information.
Studies is a quarterly journal that reports quantitative, qualitative, historical, and philosophical research in art education, including explorations of theory and practice in the areas of art production, art criticism, aesthetics, art history, human development, curriculum and instruction, and assessment.Subscribe Today