Visual Arts- engine for Inclusion and Social Participation
Venue: Coimbra, Portugal
Date: 29, June 30 and July 1, 2018
registration Price : 50 euros- InSEA Members: 30 Euros
The 30th APECV Meeting will be held in the city of Coimbra, where APECV was created in 1988. Thirty years of life of a teachers’ association with many stories: life stories and education stories. The association was founded to foster communication and visual expression in schools, a specific area of visual arts an design. At the time, the quality of visual education teaching and its teachers in Portuguese schools was at stake. Today we
continue with this concern, of course, but the Visual Arts and the schools and the Arts Education at this time are different. Over the years, the Association has broadened its scope to include areas of non-formal education, art and community, encompassing multidisciplinary professionals who are interested in the capacities that the arts can have both as learning facilitators and as a relationship with the Self and with the Other. Faced with the challenges of today’s society, we believe it is increasingly urgent to work with the arts in education for an inclusive society.
The Meeting has a multimodal format, integrating samples in various supports and models to foster dialogue and the building of partnerships. Participants may opt for a modality to show their ideas, their work or results of artistic-pedagogical practices or
• Collective Exhibition of Artists / Teachers / Educators;
• Communications: To present in conversation wheels (10 minutes per speaker);
• Video-Art and Multimedia;
• Another type of Event or Interactive Artistic Object.
Those interested in submitting papers should submit a summary of up to 750 words until end January , 2018 through the registration form.
The result of the selection of proposals will be announced until February 3, 2018. Selected authors may, if they wish, have their works published in the e-book to be published post-congress.
Scientific Committee: Sandra Palhares, Universidade do Minho; Marta Ornelas, APECV/CIEBA; Rui Alexandre, CITAD/I2ADS, Universidade Lusíada Norte; Conceição Cordeiro, ESE-IPP; Ana Barbero, UNIR_Universidad Internacional de la Rioja; Teresa Eça, InSEA/APECV/C3; Angela Saldanha, Universidade Aberta de Lisboa/APECV/C3; Dolores Soto, Florida Universitaria, Valencia; Isabel Moreno Montoro, Universidade de Jaén; Maja Maksimovik, Universidade de Belgrado; José Mauro Barbosa, Universidade de Brasília; Marisa Mass, Universidade de Brasilia; Ana Angelica Albano, Universidade de Campinas S.P.; Monica Oliveira, ESEPF; Ricard Huerta, Universidade de Valencia; Aldo Passarinho, Instituto Politécnico de Beja; Joan Vallès, Universidad de Girona; Cristina Trigo, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela/C3; Maria Jesús Agra-Pardiñas, C3; Leonardo Charréu, Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa /CIEBA/CIED; Sara Carrasco, Universidad de Barcelona; José Mela, Universidad de O’Higgins, Chile; Robson Xavier – Universidade Federal da Paraíba; Vali Guidalevich, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires;Felipe Sáez, Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación, Chile; Lilian Ucker, Universidade Federal de Goiás.
Guidelines for Texts
All texts must be sent in accordance with the guidelines to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Text documents are accepted in formats: .DOC, .DOCX, .RTF,
.TXT and .ODT; with a maximum of 10 000 words.
Pages must be in A4 size:
1st page – title, authors, affiliation and electronic mail;
2nd page – abstract, up to 750 words (in Portuguese, Spanish or English) and keywords;
3rd and subsequent page – work development;
Final pages – bibliographical references, notes;
Images, diagrams, drawings, graphics and tables should be
inserted in the text, with their captions, and sent in a separate
folder (.jpg with 300dpi).
The author can use the standard he prefers as long as it is coherent and perceptible.
After work accepted the authors must assign all copyrights to the publisher of the publication. Some of them may be selected for publication in an edition of “Imaginar” magazine. The responsibility of the contents is the authors’ exclusivity.