Following the Covid-19 special edition and Wisdom Embedded in Naturespecial edition, CAET is calling for contributions to the special issue to be published in winter 2021: Cooperation across Artistic Disciplines and World Cultures.
Collaborations across the arts, questioning barriers between cultures, disciplines, and professions, can enhance human experience. CAET in line with IACAET’s mission and vision, is committed to cooperation, integration, real inclusion, and creation across world cultures in health, education, and therapy. This special edition will highlight the role that the arts can play in holding onto complexity and depth in the use of artistic expression to further understanding and well-being. It seeks submissions that go beyond conventional silos and engage in creative communications and relationships across professions and world communities.
CAET invite authors to contribute papers to CAET in order to share your perspectives among colleagues in the East, West, and the rest of the world. Artistic formats are supported together with scholarly writing. Submitted manuscripts should contain no more than 4,000-6,000 words and make a direct effort to include China/Asia in their content. Full submission guidelines can be found at the CAET website http://caet.inspirees.com/for-authors/. Inquiries regarding journal policy, manuscript preparation, and other such general topics should be sent to the CAET editorial office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: September 1, 2021
The World Alliance for Arts Education is partnering with the University of Florida and SEADAE to host a virtual World Summit from October 11-15, 2021. This event invites out-of-school time, primary and secondary school arts educators, higher education professionals, arts education researchers and policymakers, national, state and local education officials from across the world to submit proposals and attend the summit to network; share research; and examine quality structures, processes and practices. Ahead of the summit, there will be a Young & Emerging Leaders Forum on October 11. Deadline to submit a proposal is July 19, 2021, with decisions by August 30, 2021.
More info: http://bit.ly/WAAE2021
Art education and globalization
5th InSEA Europe webinar
Saturday, June 26, 2021, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (CET)
Call for contributions- Closing date June 10th 2021
webinar organized by InSEA European Regional Council. We would like to encourage art teachers to reflect on the question of how globalisation influences art, culture and education today. Key issues can be: transcultural dialogue, decolonisation, universalism, migration, intercultural understanding, restitution of artworks from European museums, identity politics and many more. How does art education respond to these issues, to our world today?
To register go to the Eventbrite site:
Real-world life experiences from Saudi cultural and academic women
community in the position of someone who has been there attending the community changes
towards 2030 vision for the kingdom even through Covid -19 pandemic
Speakers: Professor Dr.Samia al Shaikh Professor Dr. Fawzia al bakr Dr.Haifa ali alhedaithy Dr. Samaher Hassan aldamen
Moderator prof. Sahar Khalil / InSEA Africa and middle east councilor
Audience members gain insight and perspective of the guest speaker’s particular field to speak at
event organized by Chamber of arts discussing :
1. 2030 vision aiming to empowering Saudi woman
2. Workforce Development art and community shaping
3. Local art and Economic family impact
4. Art education praxis and idea Incubators for teaching solutions
See Here the Video
Porto Santo Charter is a map of principles and recommendations for applying and developing a working paradigm for cultural democracy in Europe.
The Porto Santo Charter is addressed to European policy makers at European institutions, national, regional and local levels; to cultural and educational organisations and institutions; and to European citizens to take responsibility for its common cultural landscape.
Read Here the Porto Santo Charter , Porto Santo, Portugal, May 2021
Tõnu Talve, from Estonia invites everyone to celebrate Arts Education and Social Inclusion, the topic of the 2021 international week of Arts Education during the third week of May. He wrote on the sand of Laulasmaa seashore: KUNSTIÕPETUS JA SOTSIAALNE KAASATUS ( 'Arts Education and Social Inclusion'). Soon WAAE will deliver the 2021 poster with these words handwritten in several languages.
The Conference “From Democratization to Cultural Democracy: Rethinking Institutions and Practices” will be an hybrid event, organised under the auspices of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union between the 27th and the 28th of April 2021.