Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art
ISSN: 20455879
Online ISSN: 20455887
First published in 2012
3 issues per volume
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Principal Editor
G. James Daichendt
Point Loma Nazarene University

The scope of the journal is broad and is aimed at facilitating a wide spectrum of perspectives. It is essentially a medium for engaging the rich and multifaceted process of learning and teaching art that takes place in the classroom, studio, and beyond. However, the seriousness of the journal is not outweighed by making critical topics accessible and readable to a large constituency of readers. It is a forum of reflection on the process of creating and teaching art. It embraces teaching art in a variety of contexts, engages art appreciation experiences, shares scholarship in teaching artistry, and celebrates the rich traditions of art making and teaching.

The majority of art and art education journals focus on scholarship related to art education. This double-blind peer-reviewed journal seeks to expand the readability and scope of teaching and learning art so that it is accessible and useful yet challenging and visually engaging. Highlighting the contributions, thinking processes, and successes of artist-teachers the journal will renew an excitement for teaching and learning in the arts!

Abstracting and Indexing

Art Source; British Education Index (BEI); Educational Research Abstracts (ERA); European Reference Index for Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS); Ulrich's; Web of Science: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)

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