For Special Numbers authors are cordially invited to submit proposals for visual essays; photo-essays or video-essays directly to to the guest editor(s) .
For Non-Special numbers authors are cordially invited to submit proposals for visual essays; photo-essays or video-essays using this form.
IMAG permanent editors invite InSEA members, members of InSEA affiliated organizations or prospective members, to submit visual /video/photo essays or short articles with many images that may be accompanied by a text between 1000 and 2000 words, focus on art educational practice, research and teaching in formal and informal contexts, that is relevant to the larger worldwide community of art educators. We encourage submissions with images and in multimedia formats that provide an alternative, experimental and artistic mode of presenting research and praxis.Only InSEA members or members of InSEA affiliated organizations can submit proposals. Potential authors not in such conditions are welcome to submit with the understanding that they must join InSEA in order to have the work published. This proposal should also be accompanied by images in good resolution formats and/or links to video files. References should follow the APA norm.
Articles are published according to the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (CC BY-NC) The article can be copied and redistributed in any format; it can also be adapted (built upon, remixed, etc). The following restrictions apply: Attribution – appropriate credit and any changes must be indicated Non-Commercial – material cannot be used for commercial purposes
By submitting the proposal the authors agree with the terms of that license. All papers submitted to IMAG are subject to double-blind peer review. The papers are evaluated by members of the editorial board and reviewed as soon as possible (average time for review; might varying from one to three months). Upon acceptance, the papers are published online within three to six months. Submitted and approved contents might be reformatted or the layout reconfigured by the editors and our graphic team.