NAFAE, funding JVAP: Journal Of Visual Art Practice
JVAP: The Journal of Visual Art Practice
The Journal of Visual Art Practice is aimed at those involved in education at MA, PhD and MPhil level within what has traditionally been called the Fine Art sector. It addresses issues of contemporary debate within Fine Art institutions and studios encompassing both the theoretical and the practical.
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Got an article for JVAP?
JVAP represents a good opportunity to publish high quality articles relating to Fine Art (or Art and Design) education. If you an article that you feel is suitable then please submit you article to JVAP. Alternatively if you have some content that is not appropriate to JVAP but you consider it to be a valuable teaching resource you can submit it to the NAFAE web site.
NAFAE has recently funded JVAP 6.3 which contain these articles:
- Collecting the traces: an archivist's perspective
- Relating process: accounts of influence in the life history interview
- Articulating the tacit dimension in art making
- Seeing what, how and why: the ART news series, 1953–58
- Post-production or how pictures come to life or play dead
- Andrew Grassie: Document First
- Apocotropes Dutton and Peacock The Dog and Duck Dutton and Swindells
- Considering If…Then…Else…
NAFAE has recently funded JVAP 6.2 which contain these articles:
- New knowledge in the creative disciplines – proceedings of the first Experiential Knowledge Conference 2007
- The stone that was cast out shall become the cornerstone’: the bodily aesthetics of human meaning
- Praxis and the reflexive creative practitioner
- Experiential learning in practice as research: context, method, knowledge
- Knowledge creation, business and art: exploring the contradictions and commonalities
- Top-down and bottom-up approaches to actor training
NAFAE has recently funded JVAP 6.1 which contain these articles: