#3CityLink: Disrupting Learning Through a Translocal Art Pedagogy Exchange Project

Katherine Wimpenny, Rachelle Viader Knowles, Christine Ramsey, Jacqui Speculand

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#3CityLink involved Fine Arts researchers, artists and students in three cities: Regina, Canada; Coventry, UK; and Gyumri, Armenia. The project presented a platform for translocal creative interactions using online screen-based media and on the ground dialogues. Artists and students investigated the concerns of their locale, questioning the role of the artist in building narratives, revealing lost histories and imagining the future of where they live. Using descriptive case study design, the findings present the opportunities for enriching the student learning experience through challenging habitual approaches to art production, through alternate approaches to digital pedagogy in art education. Students’ artwork took on new dimensions beyond what they could have produced working in relative isolation in a university-only studio setting. Students were encouraged to pursue and persist in online learning spaces whilst also taking responsibility for organising their own learning and that of others. Nonetheless, using visual technology and social media for connected, artistic, co-investigation needs further refinement to engage learners, and enhance the quality of visual presence and its potential in open education.
LanguageEnglish
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JournalThe International Journal of Art & Design Education
Volume(In-Press)
StateAccepted/In press - 28 Aug 2018

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This is the peer reviewed version of the following article: Wimpenny, K, Knowles, RV, Ramsey, C & Speculand, J 2018, '#3CityLink: Disrupting Learning Through a Translocal Art Pedagogy Exchange Project' The International Journal of Art & Design Education, vol (In-Press), pp. (In-Press), which has been published in final form at [IN PRESS]. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Self-Archiving.

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#3CityLink: Disrupting Learning Through a Translocal Art Pedagogy Exchange Project. / Wimpenny, Katherine; Knowles, Rachelle Viader; Ramsey, Christine; Speculand, Jacqui.

In: The International Journal of Art & Design Education, Vol. (In-Press), 28.08.2018, p. (In-Press).

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