VISUAL PEDAGOGIES: London 2018

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Call For Papers

Visual Pedagogies: 5th Biennial Conference of the International Association for Visual Culture

September 14 - 16, 2018

UCL Institute of Education

Can we teach what we see? Can we see what we teach? How is the world changed, reaffirmed, or progressed through the visual? How does it slip back? What impact can thoughtful uses of images in teaching, scholarship, artistic, and political practice have on the future, as well as on the telling of history How can we as scholars, practitioners, educators, and concerned citizens of the world see ourselves as teachers of and through the visual, whatever our context?

A complete CALL FOR PAPERS, as well as a list of Keynotes and further details will be posted in Summer 2018. Please check back, or email GreetingsIAVC@gmail.com for more information.

PAST CONFERENCES

2016 / THE SOCIAL / BOSTON (convened by Lanfranco Aceti)
2014 / VISUAL ACTIVISM / SAN FRANCISCO (convened by Julia Bryan-Wilson, Jennifer González, and Dominic Willsdon with support from the SFMOMA)
2012 / NOW! Visual Culture / NEW YORK (convened by Nicholas Mirzoeff)                                                   2010 / Inaugural meeting / LONDON


A GROWING LIST OF RESOURCES RELATED TO OUR CONFERENCE THEME

Art History Pedagogy and Practice

Art History Pedagogy & Practice (AHPP) is a peer-reviewed, open-access e-journal dedicated to advancing teaching and learning in art history. The journal provides a forum for scholarly discourse that articulates and presents the range of pedagogical methods for learners in formal, informal, and virtual learning environments. Art History Pedagogy & Practice embraces multiple research models that examine the effectiveness of instructional strategies and technologies that build the skills, theories, concepts, and values necessary to art historical practice. Art History Pedagogy & Practice also fosters exchange between art history and allied fields including art and museum education, studio art and design, visual and material culture, and the digital humanities by considering the role of technology and the material object to enhance understanding and intellectual development.

SMARTHistory

Smarthistory is a collaboration of more than 200 art historians, archaeologists, curators and other specialists who want to make the highest-quality art history learning content freely available to a global audience. Contributing editors oversee specific content areas.