The International Journal for Art & Design Education

The International Journal of Art & Design Education (iJADE) provides an international forum for the dissemination of ideas, practical developments, and research findings in art and design education. The Journal (published by NSEAD and Wiley Blackwell) is a primary source for independently reviewed articles about art and design education in all phases. iJADE prior to 2000 was published as The Journal for Art and Design Education. All articles published from 1982 can be accessed via the Wiley Online Library

As a member of NSEAD, you have access to every article, via the Wiley Online library.

You will need to be logged in as an NSEAD member to access the full articles. 

 

Please note: This section of the website shows you only a small selection of issues (2001-2018). Our filter/search facility is also under construction, making it easier to find what you need right here on the NSEAD site.

iJADE aims and features

The Journal reflects and welcomes a wide range of theoretical and practical approaches especially those that debate the social and cultural values which inform art and design education, offer illustrated case studies, analyse and exemplify specific art, craft and design practices in all sectors of education, and that critically engage with the past, present and future of art and design education.

A subscription to the nationally and internationally respected International Journal of Art & Design Education provides:

• An international forum for the dissemination of ideas, practical developments and research findings in art and design education.

• A variety of approaches, viewpoints, values and critiques concerning the role and purpose of art, craft and design education.

• Illustrated articles of interest to all levels of art, craft and design education.

• Illustrated case studies of specific art, craft and design curriculum activities.

• Occasional thematic issues

How to submit an article and notes to authors

The iJADE editorial board welcomes articles from a wide range of theoretical and methodological approaches to research, and encourages submissions from the broader fields of education and the arts that are concerned with learning through art and creative education.

The Journal has a large number of submissions, of which we can only publish a few. To give you article the best chance of being considered for publication, please follow the all of the guidance notes diligently.

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