InSEA Doctoral Research Award in Art Education 

Nominations and supporting materials must be submitted to the InSEA Research Working Group and received by October 1st 2018.

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The InSEA Doctoral Research Award in arts education intends to recognize outstanding doctoral thesis with no restrictions of language in the field of visual arts and design education. This award recognizes a dissertation of exemplary conceptual, methodological, and literary quality on an important topic for education through the visual  arts.  Recipients of the InSEA Doctoral Research Award Award include: Manisha Sharma (2014) ; Heidi May ,(2017).

 

 

InSEA Award for Excellence in Research in Education Through Art

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InSEA Award for Excellence in Research in Education through Art (AEREtA) The (Biannual [alternate years to Doctoral Awards]) AERAE award will recognise an outstanding contribution to research in art education with no restrictions on language. The field of research in art education is rich and diverse and so the term ‘Art Education’ should be interpreted broadly to include, for example, formal and informal sectors, but must be predominantly visual arts including multimedia and practice-based approaches to education through art. In addition, the research should foreground the potential of education though art, approaches and thinking to scholarly enquiry. Dr Kim Snepvangers received the 2018 InSEA Award for Excellence in Research in Education through Art (AEREtA).