Studies in Art Education

Studies in Art Education is a journal of research in visual art education. Since it was founded in 1959, it is printed quarterly. The journal is published by the National Art Education Association.Subjects for Studies in Art Education include art and art history and education.

Articles from Vol. 48, No. 1, Fall

A/r/tography: Rendering Self through Arts-Based Living Inquiry
A/r/tography: Rendering Self through Arts-based Living Inquiry Rita L. Irwin and Alex de Cosson (2004). Vancouver, BC: Pacific Educational Press. 220 pages. ISBN 1-895766-70-2Reviewed by Barbara BickelThe University of British ColumbiaIn a recent seminar,...
Art Practice as Research: Inquiry in the Visual Arts
Art Practice as Research: Inquiry in the Visual Arts Graeme Sullivan (2005). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 265 pages. ISBN 1-4129-0536-2Reviewed by Charles GaroianThe Pennsylvania State UniversityFor over four decades, art education scholars...
Arts-Based Educational Research Then, Now, and Later
As a doctoral student at Stanford in the 1970s, I was fortunate to be able to observe up close the beginnings of a radically new approach to the study of matters educational. This was the period in the career of my advisor and mentor, Professor Elliot...
Does Arts-Based Research Have a Future?
Inaugural Lecture for the First European Conference on Arts-Based ResearchBelfast, Northern Ireland, June 2005I want to start my comments with some observations about the connection between the arts and the sciences and between the arts and research....
Folkvine.org: Arts-Based Research on the Web
Folkvine.org is a website that presents seven Florida folk artists, three guidebooks, and several scholarly bobble heads that make commentary on humanities topics, the artists, and their work. This article analyzes the website as an arts-based research...
Performing Arts-Based Education Research: An Epic Drama of Practice, Precursors Problems and Possibilities
Metaphorically and physically structured as a drama in seven scenes, this article characterizes the contested theories, internal tensions, and conflicts across disciplinary practices of arts-based education research (ABER). The drama contributes to the...
Performing Pedagogy: Toward an Art of Politics
Performing Pedagogy: Toward an Art of Politics Charles R. Garoian (1999). Albany, NY: SUNY Press. 248 pages. ISBN 0-7914-4324-8Reviewed by John Howell WhiteKutztown UniversityReaders who enjoy contemporary art, the relation of art to education, and the...
Research Acts in Art Practice
This article argues that art practice is a creative and critical form of human engagement that can be conceptualized as research. Conceptions of research are critiqued that raise questions about the purposes of artistic and educational inquiry and the...
The Rhizomatic Relations of A/r/tography
A/r/tography is a form of practice-based research steeped in the arts and education. Alongside other arts-based, arts-informed and aesthetically defined methodologies, a/r/tography is one of many emerging forms of inquiry that refer to the arts as a...
Toward Connectedness: Aesthetically Based Research
In this article, I suggest that aesthetics is at the heart of both artistic experience and qualitative research, and that artistic processes, in particular, the space surrounding art experiences, can illuminate significant aspects of qualitative research,...
What We Can't Say: Ain't We Artists?
National Art Education Association (NAEA) presentations on Arts-Based Educational Research (ABER) have been few and far between the past few years. Twelve ABER related presentations were included during the 2006 convention in Chicago. Yet the American...

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