The theme of the InSEA World Congress 2023 and Exhibition focuses on the concept of change in art education in the 21st century and builds on the metaphor of Fault Lines. The metaphor implies the power of a line. It is both, an infinitely malleable form and metaphor for the borders and divisions that make up our world. As we struggle with the symptoms of a divided society, armed conflicts, large-scale displacement of human populations, increasing wealth gaps within and between nations, educational inequality, accelerating climate change, and the challenging role of arts in times of popularism, it becomes even more urgent to reflect on these conditions and offer possibilities of coming together and break new ground.
The exhibition will be held online from September 4th – October 4, 2023.
Barbara BICKEL, Artist, Assoc. Prof. (Emeritas), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Carl-Peter BUSCHKÜHLE, Prof. Dr. Justus Liebig University Gießen, Dept. of Art Education, Germany
Evren KARAYEL, Prof. Dr. Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Faculity of Fine Arts, Türkiye
John NEELY, Artist, Prof. Dr. Utah State University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Dept. of Art and Design, USA
Kinichi FUKUMOTO, Prof. (Emeritus) Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan
Mutlu BAŞKAYA, Artist, Assoc. Prof. Hacettepe University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Dept. of Ceramics and Glass, Türkiye
Sonia Cespedes ROSSEL, Artist, Miembro de la Academia Internacional de la Ceramica, Peru
Supphaka PALPRAME, Artist, Assist. Prof. Dr. Silpakorn University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Dept. of Art & Design, Thailand
Şeniz AKSOY, Artist, Prof. Dr. Gazi University, Faculty of Education, Dept. of Arts & Craft Education, Türkiye
Tammy Ko Robinson, Artist, Assoc. Prof Dr. Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
Digital exhibition registration fee (without congress participation): 80 Euro
Artists/ exhibition participants with residence in Low GDP countries (without congress participation): 40 Euro
Registered congress delegates: 30 Euro
Registered Congress delegates with residence in Low GDP countries:15 Euro
|Submission Deadline||April 10, 2023|
|Notification of Results||April 23, 2023|
|Standard Registration Closes||July 16, 2023|
|Digital Exhibition Dates||September 4 - October 4, 2023|
a. Click on the “Submit a Paper / Artwork” Button
b. Enter the “Artwork Title”, “Keywords (Enter: "Digital Exhibition”), and “Artist Biography"
c. Enter “Artwork Information (Year, Technique, Size)”
d. Select the “Digital Exhibition” option in the following four categories (Fault Lines Sub-theme, Paper/Artwork Type, Category, Presentation Language), Then click the “Save and Continue” Button
e. If there is no other contributor to the artwork, click the “Save and Continue” button
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Multiple images of three-dimensional artworks taken from different angles should be uploaded to the system like:
|work1-Mary Smith. jpg (front)||for two/three dimensional work|
|work2-Mary Smith-jpg (side)||for two /three dimensional work|
|work3-Mary Smith. jpg (top)||for three dimensional work|
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