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Details on how to join the discussion room are below !


Glen Coutts

Opening speech by the President of InSEA, Professor of Applied Visual Arts Education and a Docent at the University of Lapland (UK & Finland)


Short Bio about professor Glen Coutts

Glen Coutts is Professor of Applied Visual Arts Education and a Docent at the University of Lapland. A practising artist, he writes regularly about issues in art education. Since 2012 he has been Special Interest Group leader (Applied Visual Arts) of the Artic Sustainable Arts and Design research and development network: A Past President of the National Society for Education in Art and Design (UK), he is president of the International Society for Education through Art (2019-22) and Past Principal Editor of the International Journal of Education through Art (2010–2016). In 2016, he was presented with the United States Society of Education through Art Ziegfeld Award for outstanding international leadership in art education. He is co-editor of the Relate North and Learning through Art series of books, for more information see

Glen Coutts, the president of InSEA – and InSEA Secretary Patsey Bodkin – will host a live discussion room on Monday 12 October, 2020 from 14:00 BST - London (15:00 CEST - Prague). You are all welcome to join the meeting that will take place in ZOOM. Please, see the link and the log-in details to the discussion room below.

The details to join the discussion room:

Time: Oct 12, 2020 14:00 BST - London (15:00 CEST - Prague)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 825 8151 5429
Passcode: InSEA


The Title and Abstract of the Discussion Room: Drop-in Question and Answer session with InSEA President Glen Coutts and InSEA Secretary Patsey Bodkin

This drop-in session will offer delegates the chance to find out about the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA). He will answer any questions you may have about InSEA; its aims, what it does, how it operates, how you can contribute and how to join the worldwide community of education through art.

Welcome and introduction | Three C's for art education?

on 12 October at this place!

Screenshots can not convey the wonderful, friendly mood that prevailed in the room, but we hope you will enjoy. Thanks for the discussion!

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