ART EDUCATION IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS

REFLECTING ON TODAY,
ANTICIPATING TOMORROW

International Virtual Conference

Czech Section of INSEA

from 12 to 15 October 2020

 

PLENARY SESSION

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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PLENARY SESSION

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Janinka Greenwood

Professor Emeritus, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

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Susan M Coles

Artist and Visual Arts Education Activist, UK
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Steve Willis

Professor of Art Education, Missouri State University, USA

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Allan Richards

Associate Professor, University of Kentucky, USA

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Olusegun Michael Adeniyi

Art educator, Caleb British International School,
Lagos, Nigeria

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WORKSHOPS
TO BLOW
YOUR MIND

ABOUT

ART EDUCATION IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS 
REFLECTING ON TODAY, ANTICIPATING TOMORROW

 

International Virtual Conference

from 12 to 15 October 2020

Measures against the spread of coronavirus have changed our lives almost overnight. In many countries, schools, museums, galleries and theatres have been closed, cultural events have been suspended and social life has been curtailed. Art teachers were challenged to deal with this new situation, staying in touch with students and supporting them in their independent study. Many faced the task of communicating the importance of art education, which often lagged behind. Cultural institutions and museum and gallery educators were faced with the question of how to stay in touch with the audience in changed conditions and how to present cultural heritage and art in a situation where cultural life was paralyzed. Distance education, which was previously approached with much hesitation, and virtual communication have often become the only way to continue teaching art education or to mediate art collections and exhibitions.

Coronavirus has shown us – and continues to do so – that people do not have the world under control. The effects on people's lives and health or on the economy are devastating, yet every crisis is also an opportunity to think, to transform internally and to invent new ways in which to live, to communicate, to teach. We have witnessed a situation where our plans and established ways of life – seemingly stable and solid – fall apart almost instantly. We have known how fragile civilization is. Can we learn from this experience? Can we prepare for the next crisis? Are there any points of reference we can rely on in the future? Has the current crisis taught us anything new about humankind, about the power of interpersonal sharing, about the meaning of art and the importance of art education? Can we emerge wiser from the crisis?

Let us together reflect on the crisis we have just experienced and through this shared experience let us look for lessons learned, for methodical inspiration, and let us go back to the very meaning of our field. After all, it is art that helps us process emotions, reflect on personal and social crises, draw lessons, and find the necessary depth of life.

It is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in an international conference, the aim of which is a professional and didactic reflection on the roles of art education during a pandemic. The purpose of the conference is to share experiences and examples of good practice, but also to reflect theoretically on what we have experienced. Experts from the field of pedagogy and other social sciences and humanities, teachers of art education and other expressive disciplines, educators of museums and galleries, artists or representatives of cultural institutions are all invited to participate.

The conference will take place exclusively in cyberspace and the organizers encourage participants to think creatively about their contributions. The web platform of the conference will be active, ‘alive’ for the duration of the conference, and after that it will remain a testimony of the pedagogical view of the pandemic and a valuable source of ideas and pedagogical stimuli.

The conference is free of charge, but both active and passive participants must register. Upon registration they will receive further information and will be given access to the conference discussion forum.

Date and time

The conference will take place from
12 to 15 October 2020

In these days the full version of the conference website will be published and open for discussion.

Conference Language

The conference will be held in 3 languages: English, Czech and Slovak. Due to the international nature of the conference, we prefer the English language.

Details about workshops

Workshop Sessions

Details about the workshops will be published.

Schedule

Registration for active participants 

Registration is open until September 1, 2020.

Registration for other participants 

Registration is open with no deadlines.

Submission of conference papers

The paper with all attachments must be submitted by September 20.

If you have problems with deadlines, do not hesitate to contact the organizers.

Publication of the conference program

The detailed program of the conference will be published by September 30, 2020.

Proceedings

Text conference papers will be arranged in a conference proceedings. The editors will prepare it after the conference and publish it here.

Fee

There is no conference fee. Attendance at the conference is free.
If you would like to financially support the conference, do not hesitate to contact the organizers. Thanks for your support!

 

ORGANIZERS

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Contact

insea(a)post.cz

Česká sekce INSEA | Czech Section of INSEA

Univerzitní 3

779 00 Olomouc

Czech Republic

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