MAKING| 2019 InSEA World Congress

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The presentations that make up the current and archived conferences on this site have been made open access and are freely available for viewing, for the benefit of authors and interested readers.

 

Author Guidelines

To ease the submission process and the subsequent follow up process please consider following guidelines, information, tips and terms mentioned.

  • Please submit your abstract through 2019 InSEA World Congress Open Conference System: http://conferences.educ.ubc.ca/index.php/insea/insea2019. After submission you will be acknowledged of the receipt of the abstract via an email.
  • Please prepare one proposal form for each submission, keeping in mind a maximum of two submissions per person is allowed. Each submission should fall into one or more of the congress theme or sub-themes.
  • Submissions should be original, previously unpublished work not currently under review by other publications.
  • In your submission, please indicate title, abstract (max. 300 words), short description (max. 30 words), and need for technology support or equipment. (*Please include your short description and technology need in the same box of Abstract). The abstract must be written in English. You may type your abstract directly into the submission system or upload your abstract as a supplementary file.
  • The submission/ supplementary file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point Times New Roman font; all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • Please include your references in APA style (unlimited). Please indicate your current InSEA membership number in Author’s bio statement (optional).
  • Your abstract will undergo a blind peer review in October 2018. Authors’ names should be removed from submission, with “Author” and year used in the bibliography and footnotes, instead of authors’ name, paper title, etc.
  • Notifications to authors are anticipated to send out in mid December, 2018, and we will make every effort to do by the end of 2018.
  • All authors listed on the submission must register for the Congress. Authors who are not registered will not be included in the program.
  • Criteria for Proposal Evaluation

Criteria

Rating Scale

1. Relevance: Objectives or purposes are related to The 2019 InSEA World Congress themes

Min: 1 (Weak/not relevant)

Max: 5 (Strong/Extremely relevant)

2. Quality: Research methods or modes of inquiry (including data sources, evidence, objects and/or materials)

Min: 1 (Undeveloped)

Max 5: (Well-developed/Well executed)

3. Presentation: Coherence and clarity of structure and thought

Min 1: (Unclear)

Max 5: (Comprehensible language and clear argument)

4. Innovation: Scholarly significance, practical implications, originality, and/or creativity of the study of work

Min 1: (Routine)

Max 5: (Highly original and significant)

Total:       /20

For inquiries, please contact Ching-Chiu Lin, Program Chair 2019inseaprogram@gmail.com

 

Review Policy

2019 InSEA World Congress submissions are peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers, who are experts in fields specifically matching the Congress themes. Proposals for submission are subject to a double-blind review. Reviewers are encouraged to provide the author with comments intended to improve the quality of the proposal.

 

Call for Presentations

Submission deadline: September 15, 2018

The 2019 InSEA World Congress Committee would like to invite InSEA members to contribute to a variety of presentations during the InSEA World Congress (www.insea2019.org) at The University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July 9-13, 2019.

Congress Theme: Making - Place, Indigenize, Identity, Experiment

Hosted by

The University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Partners:

The University of British Columbia:

Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy [EDCP];

Museum of Anthropology [MOA];

Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory [AHVA];

Professional Development and Community Engagement [PDCE]

Other partners:

Canadian Society for Education through Art [CSEA];

British Columbia Art Teachers’ Association [BCATA];

United States Society for Education through Art [USSEA]

  • Congress Theme

Making: How is making understood across all dimensions of art education in the 21st century?

  • Congress Sub-Themes

Place: How can place consciousness impact art education particularly in an era when migration, immigration and refugee status change our sense of location?

Indigenize: What are the possibilities and implications for indigenizing art education in an inclusive learning context?

Identity: How might we describe hybrid identities and rethink our practices as a result?

Experiment: What relationships exist among artistic and pedagogical risks, failures, successes and stabilized/destabilized practices?

  • Description of Vancouver and UBC

Canada is complex. As a country, it is equivalent in area to the continent of Europe and its entire population has yet to reach the size of the largest city in the world (Tokyo). Canada borders only one other country, and that border with the USA is the longest undefended border in the world. Yet this portrayal barely describes a country with vast cultural, historical and environmental features.  What could be said is that Canada is well known for its natural beauty, its diverse and multicultural citizenry, and its commitment to social democratic practices.

Vancouver is a hub for artists and art educators of international repute supported and encouraged by outstanding local institutions for the study of art, design and art education. Vancouver is also one of the largest cities in Canada and is situated on the Pacific Ocean. It is also ranked as the third most livable city in the world and perhaps correspondingly is considered one of the most beautiful cities worldwide.

The University of British Columbia is consistently ranked in the top 40 universities worldwide.  It is also considered one of the most beautiful campuses nestled between the Pacific Ocean, Pacific Spirit Park and the city of Vancouver.

Hosting an InSEA World Congress at UBC in Vancouver, Canada in July 2019 offers art educators an opportunity to theorize and practice ‘making’ in art education.  Through a diverse array of sessions, workshops and field experiences, delegates will be able to reimagine and reflect upon ‘making’ in art education. ‘Making’, after all, is concerned with material and immaterial approaches, global movements of ideas, anticipated changes, and perceptual shifts.  It is propositional in nature and not prescriptive.  Being provocative and/or evocative, ‘making’ entertains that which has yet to be understood.  Situating ‘making’ within Vancouver and Canada offers an opportunity to emphasize concepts such as emplacement, being out of place, and being of the place.  Moreover, UBC is on Musqueam First Nations unceded and ancestral territory.  At the intersection of Indigenous and multicultural perspectives, Vancouver becomes a meeting point for hybrid identities, experimental ideas and place-based consciousness as we prepare for the third decade in the 21stcentury.

  • Presentation/Submission Formats and Guidelines (All proposals word limit: 300)

All proposals must be submitted online at http://conferences.educ.ubc.ca/index.php/insea/insea2019

Before you begin your proposal, consider the format of your work as well as the theme or themes under which we may coordinate your proposal. A variety of presentations will allow for discussions, debates, conversations, brainstorming, making engagements, viewing and so much more. Please prepare one proposal form for each submission, keeping in mind a maximum of two submissions per person is allowed. Each submission should fall into one or more of the congress theme or sub-themes. Authors are asked to prepare their submissions according to “Author Guidelines

Accepted abstracts will be published as part of the congress program. Participants will have the option of contributing their papers to a congress proceedings.

1. Academic papers

1-a) 20 minutes paper presentation followed by 10 minutes discussion.

1-b) 40 minutes panel presentation followed by 20 minutes discussion.

2. Circle Discussions

10 minutes informal presentation plus 3 mins. discussion (4 presentations per circle).

3. Performative and experimental sessions

3-a) 30 mins: Interactive dialogue oriented experiences (e.g. walking sessions, brainstorming with drawing panels; collaborative tableaus, or other creative experiences. Indicate space requirement.

3-b) 60 mins: Interactive dialogue oriented experiences (e.g. walking sessions, brainstorming with drawing panels; collaborative tableaus, or other creative experiences. Indicate space requirement.

4. Short visual presentations

Pecha Kucha style (maximum of 6.5 minutes); The focus is on visual material and chosen theme. Discussion will follow at the end of the congress organized cluster.

5. Making Workshops (60 minutes sessions)

5-a) Free: Materials will be provided by the facilitator for participants. the maximum number of delegates.

5-b) Paid: Material costs will be charged to the delegates at the time of registration. Proposals should detail the cost of materials per participating delegate. Indicate the maximum number of delegates.

6. Digital Art Exhibition

See submission form for details and contact Dr. Michael Emme memme@uvic.ca Submission to the digital art exhibition is notcounted in the limit of two presentations.

  • Criteria for Proposal Evaluation
  1. 1. Relevance: Objectives or purposes are related to The 2019 InSEA World Congress themes
  2. 2. Quality: Research methods or modes of inquiry (including data sources, evidence, objects and/or materials)
  3. 3. Presentation: Coherence and clarity of structure and thought
  4. 4. Innovation: Scholarly significance, practical implications, originality, and/or creativity of the study of work

For inquiries, please contact Ching-Chiu Lin, Program Chair 2019inseaprogram@gmail.com



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