Diederik Schönau, Ernst Wagner (eds.): Common European Framework of Reference for Visual Literacy – Prototype, Münster – New York (Waxmann) 2016
THE INSEA SEMINAR INVITES ARTISTS, ARTIST EDUCATORS; ARTS EDUCATORS; ART EDUCATION PHD STUDENTS AND EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS INTERESTED IN SOCIAL ENGAGED FORMS OF ARTS IN EDUCATION FROM THE WIDER AREA OF SOUTHERN EUROPE, BALKAN PENINSULA AND MEDITERRANEAN AS WELL AS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES .
Children and youth (up to 25 years) are invited to participate and submit their artworks by the deadline of January 29, 2018.
YHDESSÄ - TOGETHER
THE 16TH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
4.10.2017 – 19.1.2018
Villa Arttu, Hyvinkään Villatehdas, Kankurinkatu 4-6, O-rappu, 05800 Hyvinkää. Finland
An exhibition of almost 200 awarded works was built in Villa Arttu, the Art Centre for Children and Young People. Paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, videos and other digital works from 46 countries are shown there. The awarded works are shown not only on the walls of the Villa Arttu Gallery, but also digitally on screens and on the Internet.
From Hungary Exhibition of winning projects of a Hungarian national art and design education competition, in honour of the 2016 European Regional Conference of InSEA
The Hungarian Art Educators’ Association (HATA), in co-operation with the Visual Culture in Education Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Science at ELTE University, organised a national competition of visual arts projects in 2016, to honour the European Regional Conference of InSEA in Vienna. Child and youth art from all over Hungary were exhibited between 22-24 September at AMAPED, the Austrian Association of Hungarian Teachers.
The project linked the disciplines of Art and Citizenship education, using digital technology as a means of expression and communication across Europe. It explored ways in which discussion and production of visual images pertaining to identity can contribute to Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC).