International Journal of Art & Design Education

2021 Volume 40: Number 4

This issue of iJADE  focusses on papers delivered at the iJADE Conference 2021.


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Madeleine Sclater, Hybrid Spaces: Re-imagining Pedagogy, Practice and Research for Creativity in Unforeseen Times



Original Articles

Kate Noble, Challenges and Opportunities: Creative Approaches to Museum and Gallery Learning during the Pandemic


Lisbet Skregelid, Dissensuality and Affect in Education


Lorraine Marshalsey, Talking to Art and Design Students at Home: Evaluating the Differences in Student Engagement Online


Kristin Callahan, Valuing and Supporting Introverted Students in the Virtual Design Classroom


Mark Charters, Correy Murphy, Taking Art School Online in Response to COVID 19: From Rapid Response to Realising Potential (Open access article)


Rim Fathallah, Pedagogies for Democratic Participation in Design Studios: Towards More Inclusive Group Work among Interior Design Students


Clive Holtham, Monica Biagioli, Innovating through Hybridisation: Art-Based Pedagogy in Leadership Development


Emese Hall, Chris Turner, Aesthoecology and Its Implications for Art and Design Education: Examining the Foundations


Digger Nutter, Victoria Payton, Collective Memories of Shared Space and Experience in the Creation and Inhabitation of Virtual Studio


Laura Barritt, (Re)Considering Pedagogy – Entangled Ontology in a Complex Age: Abstraction Pedagogy and the Critical Pedagogical Importance of Art Education for Other Discipline Areas


Rickie McNeill,  Research Skills Immersive Induction: Preparing Widening Participation First Year Students for Undergraduate Art School Study


Mia Ruyter, Tearing Down Walls, Opening Doors: Teaching an Art History College Course in Jail During Covid