Intellect is pleased to announce the publication of our new journal, Visual
Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art (1.1), edited by G. James Daichendt, author
of Artist Teacher: A Philosophy for Creating and Teaching.
The aim of this journal is to provide a medium for engaging the abounding
and multifaceted processes of learning and teaching art that takes place in
the classroom, studio, and beyond. The journal seeks to expand the
readability and scope of teaching and learning art so that it is accessible
and useful, yet challenging and visually engaging. Visual Inquiry highlights
the process of creating art, embraces teaching as an art form, engages art
appreciation experiences, shares scholarship in teaching artistry, and
celebrates the rich traditions of art making and teaching.

The inaugural issue includes the articles 'Adding a chapter to art education
history: visual culture curriculum' by Jeffrey B. Grubbs and 'Objects of
amplified context: an interview with artist-teacher Pepón Osorio' by Lisa
Kay and Christine Woywod.

The first issue is available to download for free at <>

The journal seeks contributions from art teachers within higher education,
high schools, grade schools, museums, art centres and others. If you are
interested in contributing to future issues of this journal please visit the
call for papers page <> Alternatively contact James
Campbell at <mailto:[log in to unmask]>

To subscribe to Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art please visit our
website at <>

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