An invitation to South East Asian Pacific Region InSEA members to highlight projects by artists, community art programs, art educators and art pupils to showcase studio-based pedagogies & practices in visual digital narratives.
What does Art Education in the South East Asia Pacific look like in 7 days and 7 photographs?
We invite South East Asian Pacific Region InSEA members to share studio-based pedagogies & practices in a special edition of IMAG. The visual narrative or visual story must include 7 images that explore your studio-based pedagogies and practices, communities and studios in 1 photograph a day – in total 7 images. Visual images could include your studios, schools, universities, artworks, artmaking, collaborations, streets, galleries, inspiration, colleagues and exhibitions and be thread throughout a 1000-2000 word visual essay. Visual essays intertwine, mash-up and embed images throughout storied text and include visual storying (eg., annotated images of 7 days in the life, documentary style visual story of 7 days of everyday practice, a 7 days comic or graphic novel style narrative).
What you need to do: Take 1 photograph a day – in total 7 images and write a narrative or story that explores your studio-based pedagogies & practices, then bring these together to combine into a visual essay. This edition of IMAG will be curated by Guest Editors: South East Asia Pacific World Councillors Dr Kim Snepvangers, University of New South Wales and Dr Kathryn Coleman, University of Melbourne.
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