JACE 13(1) editors Dr Kathryn Coleman and Dr Richard Sallis invite authors to consider the ways that a move from multicultural practices to intra-and interculturalisms can make change in international arts education through explicitly engaging with intercultural education models and frameworks, critical pedagogies and practices.Read more about Interculturalisms
We invite contributions that consider ways of exploring cultural transformation, intra-and interculturalism and socially just practices in artistic and creative education.
In 2019 JACE will publish two editions in the first and second half of 2019. The first is positioned to pose global questions to the artistic and creative education community about creating culturally and socially just learning and teaching through 'interculturalisms'.
The second edition (papers due July 1, 2019) will focus on Indigeneity and Arts Education.
JACE 13 (1) 2019 editors Dr Kathryn Coleman and Dr Richard Sallis invite authors to consider the ways that a move from multicultural practices to intra-and interculturalisms can make change in international arts education through explicitly engaging with intercultural education models and frameworks, critical pedagogies and practices.
Authors are invited to consider ways that the sites and spaces we practice, learn, teach and research in can contribute to or hinder social and cultural change.
Papers that consider the multiples roles that artistic and creative education plays locally and globally in inclusion, injustice, affect and culturally responsive and culturally relevant transformative learning are sought after.
We would like authors to pose questions that are explored and opened through spatial, relational and material practices in visual essays, arts-based methods and (post)qualitative inquiries.
The word length of papers should not exceed 5000 words, with visual essays accepted at 3500 words with between 5 and 10 images embedded.
Provocations that provide points of entry or departures for papers include, but are not limited to:
* Socially just creative communities
* Creating cultures of inclusion
* Innovations and emergences in culturally responsive arts education
* Intersections and overlaps in culture, materiality and practice
* Voices in policy, positions and practices
18th March, 2019 Submission of manuscripts to jace.online
1st May, 2019 Reviews sent to authors for revisions
June, 2019 JACE Volume 13, Number 1 2019 published