New Journal: Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art

Intellect is delighted to announce the publication of our latest journal, Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art (1.1) edited by G. James Daichendt, author of Artist Teacher: A Philosophy for Creating & Teaching and Artist Scholar: Reflections on Writing & Research.

The first issue of this new peer-reviewed journal is available to download for FREE.

The aim of Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art is to expand the readability and scope of teaching and learning art so that it is accessible and useful, yet challenging and visually engaging.

The journal will act as a forum to be reflective on the process of creating and teaching art, and will embrace teaching art in a variety of contexts, engage art appreciation experiences, share scholarship in teaching artistry and celebrate the rich traditions of art making and teaching. It is essentially a medium for engaging the abounding and multifaceted processes of learning and teaching art that takes place in the classroom, studio, and beyond.

In addition to an enthralling editorial feature and a thorough reviews section, the inaugural issue includes the articles 'Adding a chapter to art education history: visual culture curriculum' by Jeffrey B. Grubbs and 'Objects of amplified context: an interview with artist-teacher Pepón Osorio' by Lisa Kay and Christine Woywod.

For subscription information visit our website.

For further information please visit the journal's page online. If you're interested in contributing to future issues please visit the call for papers page. Alternatively contact James Campbell.

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