International Journal of Art & Design Education

2021 Volume 40: Number 3

This issue of iJADE explores a range of experiences and concerns in arts education. Contributions from practitioners and researchers address topics such as online arts learning, intergenerational gallery learning, combining practice and research in school and the particular experience of the art room. Principal Editor, Deborah Riding, reflects on the key role that creative pedagogies and design thinking can play in supporting children and young people to have a voice within civic and community recovery as we emerge from the Covid pandemic.

Dr Deborah Riding: Editorial, Citizenship through Creative Pedagogies

Developing Museum Education Content: AR Blended Learning –  JiHye Lee, Hyun-Kyung Lee; Dabin Jeong, JiEun Lee, TaeRyun Kim 

Expanding from the Small Screen – Arts Practice for Affective Digital Presence – Miranda Matthews

Experiential Learning in Basic Design Studio: Body, Space and the Design Process – Cagla Caner Yüksel and lkay Dinç Uyaroglu

Evaluating Online Learning Practice in the Interior Design Studio – Abeer Alawad 

Among Facilitators, Instructors, Advisors and Educators – How Teachers Educate for Sustainability in Design and Craft Education – Hanna Hofverberg and Stina Westerlund 

Disruptions Encouraged: Ubiquitous Technologies and Teaching Complex Studio Processes – Justin Makemson

Learning Together? What Are, and What Could Be, the Experiences of Adult Participants to ‘Family’ Workshops in an Art Museum – Phillipa Ellis and Heather King

Sensory Literacy and Empowerment in Art and Design – Miranda Matthews

‘You just feel more relaxed’: An Investigation of Art Room Atmosphere – Pat Thomson and Christine Hall

‘Getting Hands On with Other Creative Minds’: Establishing a Community of Practice around Primary Art and Design at the Art Museum – Kate Noble 

Drawing with Art-Well-Being: Intergenerational Co-Creation with Seniors, Children and the Living Museum  –  Geraldine Burke, Laura Alfrey, Clare Hall and Justen O’Connor 

Doing Research-Creation in School: Keeping an Eye on the Ball – Kate Pahl and Steve Pool