7th Encounter on Practices of Research in Arts Education

EPRAE is an international meeting that intends to make public and to discuss PhD students’ ongoing doctoral researches with invited discussants and a community of students and teachers of arts education.

The language of the event is English
Proposals – Presentations – Discussion

Deadline to send the abstracts
11th January 2019

Published on 25th January 2019

Deadline to send the full papers of accepted submissions
22nd February 2019

Fees and registration
30 € (it includes all day access to the coffee-break table and the encounter materials)

please send an email to i2ads@fba.up.pt

Additional information


Guest Speaker

Professor John Baldacchino

John Baldacchino is the Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Division of the Arts, where he is also a Professor of Arts Education. Prior to UW-Madison he was Professorial Chair of Arts Education at the University of Dundee in Scotland. He has served as Associate Dean & Full Professor of Arts Pedagogy at the Graduate School, Falmouth University, United Kingdom; as Associate Professor of Art and Art Education at Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York; Reader (Associate Prof.) in Critical Theory & Contextual Studies at Gray’s School of Art, The Robert Gordon University, Scotland; and Lecturer (Assistant Prof.) of Arts Education and Cultural Studies at the University of Warwick, England.As an academic Baldacchino specializes in art, philosophy, politics and education. While his academic work is always contextualized by the arts, it is framed within a comprehensive context in terms of (a) engaging with the contemporary arts within an agôn that articulates a politics of aesthetics that is formative and radically democratic; (b) doing research as a generative activity that reflects studio practice-based methods; and (c) regarding the role of the academic as an opportunity to enhance democracy as a creative state of affairs that emerges from the ever changing horizon of a pragmatic understanding of change and constant reform.


i2ADS – Research Institute in Art, Design and Society
PhD in Arts Education – University of Porto and University of Lisbon

Data 12 a 13 de Abril de 2019
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