Engaged Art Education

InSEA Publications  2019
Editors: Ângela Saldanha; Maja Maksimovic:Teresa Torres de Eça: Maria Letsiou: Hester Elzerman
Language Revision: Susan Coles
Graphics: Ângela Saldanha

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019

This E-publication is an outcome of the InSEA seminar held during  16 /18 July 2018 at the School of Early Childhood Education in Thessaloniki,  of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

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Introduction
Ângela Saldanha, Maja Maksimovic, Teresa Torres de Eça,
Maria Letsiou, Hester Elzerman

10.24981/TESS.2019-1

Street art and Art Education: Case of Trafačka
(Prague, Czech Republic)
Kamila Karagavrilidisova

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-2

Portals from public to educational spaces -Schoolcit
Jelena Joksimovic

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Using binaural soundscapes in educational context: turning vision into sound
Antonio Felix Prieto

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Liminal Belgrade and Social Practice
Vanja Zaric, Milica Milosevic, Jana Misovic, Natalija
Gojak

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My hands tell you
María Lorena Cueva Ramírez

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Communicate with the body. A system of corporal expressions
María-Isabel Moreno-Montoro, María Martínez-
Morales, Nuria López-Pérez

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-7

Art Lab x Kids: Art as a universal language
Katia Pangrazi

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-8

TEST THE FACE: A practical approach to the new body typologies
Myriam Romero Sánchez

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-9

Old Dick Donald and Drag King Delicious Melicious: Embodied inquiry through an arts-
-based research on woman clown transvestism

Melissa Lima Caminha

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-10

Mujer Invisible/ Invisible Woman
María de la Paz Barrios Mudarra

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-11

Nature/Territory/Environment
Rocio Arregui-Pradas, Carmen Andreu-Lara

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Artistic Ecoeducation/Ecoformation And Sensitive Experience In School Routine
Rosana Gonçalves da Silva

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-13

In the face of war, the artists must make art that impacts us and wakes us from our indifference.
Do you agree? If the answer is positive; can art do it; and how could an artist do it?

Spyros Koutis

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-14

“Depictions of a refugee’s journey”: Emphasizing empathy in the primary art curriculum
Martha Christopoulou

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-15

Rethinking the Notion of Art Learning as a Social Activity
Maria Letsiou

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-16

MYTHAGOGIA
Antonia [Tania] Batzoglou

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-17

Art Education and the art of breaking the silence
Ismini Sakellariadi

DOI: 10.24981/TESS.2019-18