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August 07 (Mon), 2017

Workshop-01 Korea Art Teachers Research Association
Time & Date
  • Aug. 7 (Mon), 2017 14:00~18:00 (16 / 20)  
Room 324 A, B
Language Korean
Organizer Korea Art Teachers Research Association
Requirement by Participants None
The Korean Art Teachers’ Research Association(KATRA) Convention is an annual event providing substantive professional development services that include the advancement of knowledge in all sessions for the purpose of improving visual arts instruction in secondary schools.

The One-day Convention includes academic seminars for job-alike groups, research reports, discussions, and keynote addresses by Yesik Surh, KATRA’ chairman.

It is a professional development opportunity to update oneself on the process of school art class, students artworks, class-outcomes, evaluation with the opportunity to connect with your colleagues from all over the nation. Sessions are scheduled at 324A and B from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

We would like to provide information for friendship and personal or related organizations cooperation with art teachers, educators in various countries participating in this 2017 Insea Deagu.
If you want to cooperate with The Korean Art Teachers’ Research Association(KATRA) during this period, Please contact the information desk of the 324A and B.
Workshop-02 Korea Art & Culture Education Service (KACES)
Time & Date
  • Aug. 7 (Mon), 2017 14:30~16:30 (21 / 30)  
  • Aug. 8 (Tue), 2017 14:30~19:00 (15 / 20)  
Room 322 B
Language English
- Round Table: Simultaneous Interpretation
- Participatory Workshop: Consecutive Interpreting
Organizer Korea Art & Culture Education Service (KACES)
Requirement by Participants -
1. Day 1 - August 7 (Mon), 2017
 1) Topic
 - Seeking ways for innovative practices in school/ Community Arts and Culture Education
 - Philosophy and belief in the practice of new arts and culture education
 2) Program
  - Session 1 (14:30~15:30) Panel Presentation (15min. *4 Panel)
  - Session 2 (15:30~16:30) Discussion
 3) Experts
 Moderator: Byoungjik Kang (Cheongju National University of Education)
 Glen Coutts (University of Lapland, Finland), Dennis Atkinson (Gold Smith University, UK),
 Minam Kim (Hanyang University, Korea), Choyoon Kim (Seokyoung Elementary School)

2. Day 2 - August 8 (Tue), 2017
 1) Topic
 - The curriculum design that connects art-learning-creativity
 - Exploring curriculum and art-centered learning
 - Practice of integrated art education and learning in the 21st century
 2) Program - August 8 (Tue), 2017
 - Session 1: Lecture and discussion focusing on the speaker’s philosophy, methodology, and experience
 - Session 2: Demonstration on the topic; participatory workshop where participants are inspired for exploration.
 3) Expert
 - Julia Marshall (San Francisco State University, USA)

August 08 (Tue), 2017

Workshop-03 SFAC’s Arts Integration Curriculum Workshop
Time & Date
  • August 8 (Tue), 2017 14:30~17:50 (17 / 30)  
  • August 9 (Wed), 2017 14:30~17:50 (10 / 30)  
Room 323 A
Language - August 8: English & Korean (*Consecutive Interpretation will be provided.)
- August 9: Korean
Organizer Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture (SFAC)
Requirement by Participants Comfortable Clothes (There may be movement activity in the program)
This workshop lets participants experience the Arts in Education(AiE) programs, especially focused on ‘Arts Plus’ for elementary students, which have been in operation at over 300 schools in Seoul. The workshop will focus on the AiE’s methodological principles, which form the basis of the aesthetic experience in public education. Participants will gain firsthand experience with theories, cases, know-how, and team teaching style of the AiE, which combines major subjects such as Korean language, mathematics, and social studies with a multiplicity of artistic genres including visual arts, play, and dance. Seoul’s extensively experienced Teaching Artists (TA) will lead the workshop.

1. Definition of aesthetic experience and integrated arts education in Seoul’s AiE, and introduction of its elements
2. Tri-level development of , connecting curriculum and the arts
; Focusing on a first-semester grade-5 Korean language and social studies classes and grade-4 science class.
3. Modeling the arts integration curriculum using the development method
4. Discussion and Q & A
Workshop-04 Exploring Non-Visual Arts
Time & Date
  • August 8 (Tue), 2017 14:30~15:30 (19 / 20)  
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Hsin-Yi Chao (National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan)
Requirement by Participants Pen, Paper
Arts can be understood by not only vision but also tactile, hearing, smelling, tasting perception. Also, everyone has the equal right to enjoy the pleasure of appreciation and creation. So children and adults with visually impairments or blindness should be educated through arts to communicate with people, events, and the environment surrounding them.

In the first part of this workshop, participants will understand the development of art education for the blind in Taiwan. Then, the organizer will give a brief introduction of audio description, and the cases of how artists without vision to create arts. Next, participants will learn how to interpret an image and visual information for blind people via descriptive video service, then being blindfolded to draw after touching tactile pictures and 3D objects. All participants will be distributed in a small group to practice recognizing images and drawing pictures by touching and hearing.

After this workshop, all participants can share their blindfolded experiences and feelings without sight. Non-visual arts not only design for blind persons, but also for the sighted. So, teachers can transfer creating experience in the dark to figure out multi-sensory art courses for students, and the skill of audio description also assists students to create imagination without visual perception.
Workshop-05 Dear You: Connecting spaces
Time & Date
  • August 8 (Tue), 2017 15:30~16:30 (20 / 20)
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Arlene Tucker (Dear You owner / Helsinki University, Finland)
Requirement by Participants None
Dear You is a cross-cultural mail art project created for children aged 4-15 years old. The aim of Dear You is to connect children internationally by making and sharing art with new friends from abroad. Through this process of exchange, a child’s worldview is widened and their skills for self expression are honed. The workshop, Dear You: connecting spaces, will be held in the form of a combined seminar/art practice. Arlene Tucker, author and workshop facilitator, will give insight into Dear You’s methodology in order for workshop participants to utilize and engage in transnational collaborations.

This special Dear You InSea experience will be presented in two major parts. The first section proposes process-based art practices and the second focuses on the application of semiotic concepts in educational and artistic projects. Betwixt the variety of hands-on activities, we will discuss how one can create their own functioning participatory design-based projects, which empower students and educators through open dialogue. There will be an opportunity for the development of and practical application of the proposed techniques. The workshop, as a whole, is intended to be informal, interactive, and immediately applicable.
Workshop-06 Seeing Into ”the Marvelous Future: Surrealist Bureau of Educational Research
Time & Date
  • August. 8 (Tue), 2017 16:50~18:50 (40 / 40)
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Olivia Gude (School of the Art Institute of Chicago, U.S.A)
Requirement by Participants None
Though most art education programs list creativity as a major goal, analysis of actual practice
suggests that art curriculum does not always provide sheltered and open spaces in which deep,
idiosyncratic creative capacities can be manifested and fostered.

Join us as we convene a Surrealist Bureau of Educational Research to investigate and generate
alternative visions for joyous and evocative art making communities. Reclaim your creative rights
by engaging in authentic Surrealist methods of engaging images and words to access the
individual and collective unconscious. Recall that all creativity generates anxiety and consider
how to support our students, colleagues, and communities as they meet and manage the
conflicted characters of their own creative unconscious.

In times when rational-linear approaches to human progress encounter many impediments,
gaming and playing together may become the avenue to reach for new visions. Shrug off old
pedagogical habits. Stop curmudgeonly curriculum. Cultivate our capacities to imagine odd,
inspirational, silly, wild, irreverent, bizarre and marvelous things.

Why put so much energy into cultivating the imaginary? Perhaps the best answer is in the words.

August 09 (Wed), 2017

Workshop-07 (CANCEL) The Open of the School Art Education and Social Inspiration (CANCEL)
Time & Date
  • August. 9 (Wed), 2017 14:00~14:20 (27 / 50)  
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Wang Changjing (Nanjing Normal University, China)
Requirement by Participants None
This paper mainly observes and recognizes the connection, interaction and common
development of the art education curriculum and society from the angle of the open of
the school art education. Simultaneously, combining the education traits in the “big data” era closely, it understands the new type of relationship among students, society, arts,
spirit and growth from various angles. Also, it promotes schools, society and families to
think cautiously over several art education problems, considering correlative case
Workshop-08 Dish Project in Daegu
Time & Date
  • August 9 (Wed), 2017 12:00~13:00 (45 / 50)  
Room 306A
Organizer Kanae Kato (Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan)
Requirement by Participants None
I will use many flat dishes at this workshop. I would like to think about the new relationship between people and the environment, people and art using naturally friendly materials.
The theme is "The impression that was born to the world". Everyday, people around the world use flat dishes at meals. I regard the plate as one small gallery this time. I would like to arrange a lot of "this little gallery" with the participants and create a big work (place). The material uses soil clay and another unique material (packing material that can be adhered only with moisture). Participants will make small sculptures using these materials. Then we will exhibit it on a flat dish. Easy preparation and way, participants can enjoy it enough for a short time.
What kind of diversity, communication and collaboration can be found?
Through this workshop, I am looking forward to meeting the participants' ideas, and for making wonderful communication beyond words. Let's experience the power of art.
Workshop-09 Diversity × Color Workshop
Time & Date
  • August 9 (Wed), 2017 14:30~15:30 (20 / 20)
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Kazuji Mogi (Gunma University, Japan)
Requirement by Participants None
The purpose of this workshop is to understand cultural diversity through learning colors and its meanings formulated by their nationality, regions, nature and so on. We are surrounded by various “Colors”, e.g. “Nature Color” (climate, seasons, etc.),
“Culture Color” (traditional culture, clothing, food culture, ceremonial occasion, etc.), and
“Society Color” (gender, LGBT, politics, economics, education, digital world, disabilities, etc.). For example, in Korea, five colors of yellow, blue, white, red, black, called “Obangsaek”, have been used since ancient times. In China, four colors are used to represent the orientation.
In Japan, the color scheme called "Kasane no Irome (Combination of colors created by layering of garments (Colours))" expresses the change of four seasons. Please bring some objects contained typical colors which represents your nationality, regions, nature to our workshop if it is possible, for example, clothes, fabrics, Photograph, postcard, sweets, general merchandise, etc. We are looking forward to you participate, produce a new understand and exchange much together. The procedure of this workshop is below;
- Introduction and Grouping
- Find a characteristic of colors of countries
- Discussion
- Design a flag of Art Education
- Presentation and Exchange
- Closing
Workshop-10 Instruction in “Sumi Art”as an Educational Program
Time & Date
  • August 9 (Wed), 2017 15:30~16:30 (50 / 50)
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Toshiyo Matsuzaki (Yamato university, Japan)
Requirement by Participants None
Sumi-ink, Washi-Japanese paper, and water can create a variety of tones such as spreading and cracking by their harmony. We called this Workshop Sumi art and planned that the teachers would fell the wonder and the beauty of Sumi.
During this workshop, we practiced three techniques as follows,
1. The touch to occupy the paper nature of Sumi-ink.
2. The spreading nature of Sumi-ink.
3. Sumi-ink with Hake (a wide paintbrush)
Workshop-11 Raising self-efficacy beliefs motivation and drawing skills of elementary teachers of art for the purposes of better teaching
Time & Date
  • August 9 (Wed), 2017 16:50~17:50 (36 / 50)  
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Marjan Prevodnik (The National Institute of Education, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Requirement by Participants 10 sheets of A4 size paper and a pencil (softness B2~B6)
The workshop with ten short drawing tasks aimed at raising the motivation (self-efficacy beliefs construct) of participants and to improve their drawing skills, although in a very short period of
46 – 60 minutes. Actually, the participants will simulate one of the life-long learning drawing and motivating strategies that author uses in his in-service training of elementary teachers of art in Slovenia in the period of last 13 years.

The underlying theoretical construct of this workshop is based on the motivational concept of
self-efficacy beliefs, originated by Albert Bandura. Art education advisers, teacher trainers and teachers themselves may find this approach as challenging for their work in art teaching,
and can adapt it into their learning situations and age of students. Art education students may find this workshop as a motivation for their further art pedagogy studies.

Participants will be firstly given 10 sheets of A4 size paper and a pencil, softness B2 – B6, will secondly realize drawings according to his instructions. The educational purpose of the task will not be revealed at the beginning but at the final evaluation, based on the drawing collections of participanty volunteers.
Several criteria for determining the success of the workshop will be presented.
Workshop-12 Quipu of Wishes
Time & Date
  • August. 9 (Wed), 2017/ 17:50~18:50 (22 / 40)  
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Marlen Thiermann (Universidad de Talca, Chile)
Requirement by Participants None
Quipu of wishes

Quipus are the records of the INCAS, in which, through ropes with knots, they accounted for taxes and recorded co-occurrences that should not be forgotten (stories, songs, prayers and others).
These records could store as much data as a P.C. of the early 21st century.
After a brief introduction the participants will know about the importance of the quipus for pre-Columbian people in South America and and how they handled information.
Next, they will write some desires on pieces of paper, which will be tied to strings, forming a collective quipu.
This great quipu can be placed in the space where the Congress is held.

August 10 (Thu), 2017

Workshop-13 NABERs International Arts Research
: Critical Debates and Critical Practices for PhD Studies
Time & Date
  • August. 10 (Thu), 2017 14:30~18:50 (38 / 50)  
Room 306B
Language English
Organizer Rita Irwin (University of British Colombia, Canada)
Requirement by Participants None
This symposium brings together authors contributing to two soon to be published books examining “International Perspectives on Visual Arts Education Dissertations.” In turn we hope to invite cross-cultural and transnational dialogues concerning international arts research by bringing together a scholarly community of NABERS (Networks of Arts-Based Educational Researchers) to foster critical debates and critical practices about art as research from diverse educational standpoints, frameworks and methods of practice.

This research symposium aims to bring forward conversations on how art educators and doctoral students are thinking about and applying ABER within differently contextualized socio-cultural and organizational environments.

Such comparisons have significant implications for academics, students and policy makers and will factor into the sustainability of art education as a field of study given the changing role of universities globally. While a number of questions will be addressed at the symposium these three may guide initial discussions:

How is ABER being implemented alongside traditional research in art education doctoral programs internationally to widen theoretical and methodological debates?
What institutional protocols and structures are applied to assess ABER projects?
What actions, tensions and experiences rooted in specific cultural contexts and/or the geopolitics of institutional location and practice delineate ABER?
Workshop-14 The Power of Art Education
Time & Date
  • August 11 (Fri), 2017 09:00~12:00 (24 / 50)  
Room 323B
Language Korean (*English consecutive interpretation will be provided)
Organizer GyeongGi Cultural Foundation
Requirement by Participants None
The GyeongGi cultural Foundation, as the nation's first and largest public cultural foundation, develops creative cultural policy. The foundation supports art activities, preserves historical and cultural heritage as well as manages cultural space and museums. The foundation’s affiliated institutions are Gyeonggi Institute of Cultural Properties, Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Nam Jun Paik Art Center, The Museum of Silhak, Jeongok Prehistory Museum, Gyeonggi Sangsang campus, Gyeonggi Creation Center and Gyeonggi Children’s Museum.
The Foundation conducts projects designed to promote culture and arts in 31 cities and counties of Gyeonggi-do Province. Last year, the foundation approximately supported about 580 artists and art groups as well as conducted 300 small and large scale projects in Gyeonggi-do province.

Session 1 (9:00 ~ 9:50)
Power of Thinking, Power of Arts and Culture Education
- A Case Study on the Sangsang Campus-Kyunghwa Ahn (Lead researcher, GyeongGi Cultural Foundation)

Session 2 (09:50 ~ 10:40)
Gyeonggi Creation Center's Art Education Workshop for the Disabled "Self-Reflection Looking at the Arts"
Choi Jin-Ho, Son Min-ah (Gyeonggi Creation Center)

Session 3 (11:00 ~ 11:50)
“The role and aim of museum education”
-A case study on educational programs of Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art -
Hye-Kyung Choi(Educator, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art)

August 11 (Fri), 2017

Workshop-15 2017 Museum Edu Talk of Daegu Art Museum
Time & Date
  • August 11 (Fri), 2017 15:00~17:30 (17 / 100)  
Room Daegu Art Museum
Language Korean, English *Simultaneous interpretation will be provided
Organizer Daegu Art Museum *Shuttle bus will be provided.
Requirement by Participants None
Daegu Art Museum organizes to suggest fundamental educational values of an art museum and its newer vision. We would like to kindly ask for your genuine interest and participation as individuals involved in museum education and culture & art education at , the 2017 international program of Daegu Art Museum organized in sincere conjunction with the hosting of 35th World Congress of the Int’l Society for Education Through Art.

1. Theme: Can an art museum make us happy? - The future we find in art museum education
- Official languages: Korean/English (simultaneous interpretation)
2. Date & Time: 15:00~17:30 on August 11 (Friday), 2017
3. Venue: Auditorium of Daegu Art Museum
4. Program

14:40~15:00 Registration of participants

- Greetings: CHOI Sunghoon(Director of Daegu Art Museum)
- Moderator: LEE Gyeyoung(curator at Daegu Art Museum)

15:05~15:15【Keynote Speech】
Can an art museum make us happy? - The future we find in art museum education
- LEE Juyeon(Professor at Gyeongin National University of Education)

【Presentation on a Case Study】
Art encountered by a young volunteer at an art museum
(participant of ‘Daegu Art Museum Friends’ Show, an Internet show of volunteers)
- BANG Sunhyeon (volunteer at Daegu Art Museum)

Happy experiences through art museum education: focusing on the case of JUNG Eunjeong (educator at Daegu Art Museum)

Who do docents in an art museum make happy?
- HAN Jooyeon (chief research at Ho-Am Art Museum)

“Discover Korea!” – a Community Program for Expats in Korea at the National Museum of Korea
WOO Souyeon (curator at National Museum of Art)

16:20~16:35 Coffee Break

16:35~17:20【Museum Edu-Talk】
Moderator: KIM Juweon (chief curator at Daegu Art Museum)
Panel: Ernst Wagner(Professor at Academy of Fine Arts Munich,
Juyoung Yoo(Columbia University), JEONG Yongguk(Artist, Professor at Yeungnam University)
Joined by LEE Juyeon, JUNG Eunjeong, HAN Juyeon and WOO Souyeon

17:20~17:30【Q&A and Closing】

5. Shuttle Bus (Free)

August 9 (Wed.)
1) EXCO (13:00, Departure) → Daegu National Museum (13:30~14:30) → Daegu Art Museum (14:50~16:00) → EXCO (16:30, Arrival)
2) EXCO (16:40, Departure) → Daegu Art Museum (17:10~18:30) → EXCO (19:00, Arrival)

August 11 (Fri.)
EXCO (14:00, Departure) → Daegu Art Museum for “Museum Edu-Talk”(14:30~18:30) → EXCO (19:00, Arrival)