The Liter21 group of the University of Santiago de Compostela convenes the International Congress of Art and Literary Education: Interdisciplinary projects under debate. It is a multidisciplinary congress, a space of confluence of teachers and researchers from all educational levels concerned about educational practice and quality of teaching. It will be held on 16th, 17th and 18th November 2022.
In this first edition, educational proposals will be debated on the application of interdisciplinary projects with literature, plastic and visual arts and/or music as sources of innovation at all levels of education. At this time of change, with a major educational reform pending, the aim is to reflect on the impact of educational research and the advantages and strengths of interdisciplinary projects in the field of education. The aim, therefore, is to respond to the different challenges in the learning processes derived from a dynamic society, a society that requires new forms of teaching and new educational models that must be aligned with the demands of a constantly evolving citizenry.
In essence, this congress is a meeting point for the exchange of innovative experiences in the teaching of plastic and visual arts, music, language and literature at all levels of education.
All those interested in participating are invited to send a summary of their communication proposal before 23th September for the reduced price registration or before 30th October for the second registration to the following email email@example.com and in the following format:
23th SEPTEMBER 2022: Deadline for the reduced-price registration. Last day for acceptance of papers of the reduced-price registration fee.
30th SEPTEMBER 2022: Last day for payment of the reduced-price enrolment fee.
01st TO 30th OCTOBER 2022: Second registration period.
20th OCTOBER 2022: Last day to accept papers of the second enrolment fee.
30th OCTOBER 2022: Last day for payment of the second enrolment fee.
|Mode||Until September 30th||Since 1st October|
|Students||80 €||100 €|
|Non-students||150 €||180 €|
|No communication + Certificate of attendance||25 €||30 €|
(University of Sevilla) Senior University Lecturer at the University of Seville. PhD in Fine Arts from the University of Seville (1999) and PhD from the National University of Distance Education UNED (2017) in the field of education and communication in digital environments. His main teaching and research interests focus on artistic education located at the intersection of the Arts and Audiovisual and digital culture, using a critical pedagogical approach aimed at social transformation. Editor-in-chief of the scientific journal Communiars, director of the Audiovisual Education and Culture research group (http://grupos.us.es/ecav/) and coordinator of international cooperation projects such as “Arts Education and Human Development” (2015-2018), India, and “Arts, Culture and Education for Development” (2019) in Greece. Some of his recents outstanding publications are: coordinator and author of the Lo que no se ve no existe. Artes, imagen y educación para el desarrollo (2019) and La Otra Educación. Pedagogías Críticas para el siglo XXI (2018), and the articles: “Art Education and Development Cooperation: A Project in Educational Centres for Children with Special Needs in India” (iJADE, 2021) and “Territorios de la Mirada. Inclusión, Educación y Artes con la Comunidad Refugiada en Grecia” (RIEJS, 2021). Finally, it is worth highlighting his audiovisual work, including his documentaries Contramarea (2016) and En el otro lado (2020).
(University of València)
University Professor at the Universitat de València (Spain). She teaches at the Departament of Catalan Philologhy and member of the ERI-Lectura Research Group. She has four six-yearsof research and research transfer periods recognized by the Spanish Research Agency. She specialises in reading, reading promotion, school libraries and children’s and young people’s literature. More information can be found at http://www.gemmalluch.com/
(University of Jaén)
Senior University Lecturer since 2019 with 2 six-year research periods recognized by the Spanish Research Agency (2008-2013 and 2014-2019). Between 1991 and 2008 she was teacher at the Conservatory (by competitive examination since 1993).
She has published in prestigious national and international journals on Art (Storia dell’Arte, Iconographica, Music in Art. International Journal for Music Iconography, etc.) and on Music teaching and education (Educational Review, International Journal of Music Education, Musica Hodie, Teoría de la Educación Revista Interuniversitaria, etc). She has published in prestigious publishing houses such as Síntesis, Peter Lang, Eufonía, Grao, Universidad de Porto or Universidad Antonio Nariño (Colombia). She coordinates the series Estudios Musicográficos within the collection Arte y Humanidades of the Publications Service of the University of Jaén.
She has commissioned several art exhibitions, collaborates as a reviewer in different national and international journals and is an evaluator of Teaching Innovation Projects of Andalusian universities of the DEVA (Andalusian Knowledge Agency. Andalusian Government). She has supervised 4 doctoral theses and is currently supervising 4 more. She has extensive experience in management as coordinator of two official master’s degrees (60 credits, University of Jaén) and currently as Director of Cultural Projection in the Vice-rectorate for Cultural and Sports Projection of the University of Jaén.
(Associação de Professores de Expressão e Comunicação Visual – APECV) Visual artist and teacher of visual arts in secondary education. She holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Porto and completed her doctoral thesis on evaluation in the Visual Arts at the University of Surrey-Roehampton in 2004. She currently works at the Associação de Professores de Expressão e Comunicação Visual – APECV, where she coordinates the Research Group on Art, Community and Education (GriArCE). She collaborates with the Centre for Research in Arts and Communication (CIAC) at the University of Algarve. Her areas of interest are participatory action research, Art education, artivism, participatory art and feminist eco-citizenship. She has edited several books and written several articles in international journals on arts education. She is co-editor of the journal Invisibilidades and the Revista Portuguesa de Educação Artística. She was president of the International Society for Education through Art-InSEA from 2014 to 2019.
(University of Santiago de Compostela)
María J. Caamaño Rojo is PhD Professor in the area of Language and Literature Didactics at the University of Santiago de Compostela. With a PhD in Hispanic Philology, with a thesis carried out within the Calderón de la Barca Research Group (GIC), her field of specialisation has focused on the critical edition of literary texts and Spanish theatre of the Spanish Golden Age. In recent years she has extended these lines of research to the field of literary education, mainly in relation to dramatic expression. She has published monographs, articles in specialised journals, book chapters and reviews on the aforementioned subjects.
(University Centre Cardenal Cisneros – University of Alcalá)
PhD in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid. Master’s degree in Aesthetics and Art Theory from the Institute of Aesthetics of the Autonomous University of Madrid. Senior University Lecturer at the University Centre Cardenal Cisneros, attached to the University of Alcalá, teaching subjects in the field of Didactics of Plastic Expression in the Degrees of Early Childhood Education and Primary Education.
In addition to teaching undergraduate degrees, he has taught doctoral courses, as well as numerous in-service teacher training courses for early childhood, primary and secondary school teachers on the teaching of the Visual and Plastic Arts.
His publications and lines of research are related to initial teacher training in Art education, heritage education, public art, collaborative creative processes, and community art. He is Director of the Diálogos Creativos project, which promotes and designs proposals for collaboration between artists, educational centres, and the university. He directs the educational research journal Pulso. Revista de Educación, published by the University Centre Cardenal Cisneros.
Dr. Carmen Franco-Vázquez
Dr. Blanca Roig Rechou
Javier Cabo Villaverde
Alba Calo Blanco
Salvador Cidrás Robles
Olalla Cortizas Varela
Estella L. Freire Pérez
Rocío García Pedreira
Francisco González Cacheda
Amalia Guerrero Rocha
Juan Luis Lorenzo Otero
Augusto Moretti Barros
Laura Tojeiro Pérez
Cristina Trigo Martínez
Viaxes Sant Yago
Dr. Eulalia Agrelo Costas (UVigo, Spain)
Dr. Fernando Azevedo, (University of Minho, Portugal)
Dr. Vicente Blanco Mosquera (USC, Spain)
Dr. Francisco Javier Cabo Villaverde (USC, Spain)
Dr. Guillermo Calviño Santos (USC, Spain)
Dr. José A. Candisano Mera (USC, Spain)
Dra. Cristina Cañamares Torrijos (UCLM, Spain)
Dr. Jõao Ceccantini (UNESP, Brazil)
Dr. Lucía Casal de la Fuente (UVigo, Spain)
Dr. Rocío Chao-Fernández (UDC, Spain)
Dr. Salvador Cidrás Robles (USC, Spain)
Dr. Olalla Cortizas Varela (USC, Spain)
Dr. Carlos Escaño González (University of Sevilla, Spain)
Dr. Xabier Etxaniz Erle (UPV, Spain)
Dr. Carmen Ferreira (UDC, Spain)
Dr. Carmen Franco Vázquez (USC, Spain)
Dr. Rocío García Pedreira (USC, Spain)
Dr. Carol Gillanders (USC, Spain)
Dr. José António Gomes, (ESE, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)
Dr. Laura Guerrero Guadarrama (Ibero-American University of Mexico City, Mexico)
Dr. Vincenza Leone (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy)
Dr. Gemma Lluch Crespo (University of Valencia, Spain)
Dr. Isabel López Cirugeda (UCLM, Spain)
Dr. María Paz López-Pelaez Casellas (University of Jaén, Spain)
Dr. Juan Luis Lorenzo Otero (USC, Spain)
Dr. Ana Cristina Macedo (ESE, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)
Dr. José M. Mesías Lema (UDC, Spain)
Dr. Isabel Mociño Gonzalez (UVigo, Spain)
Dr. Marta Neira Rodríguez (USC, Spain)
Dr. Mª Xesús Nogueira Pereira (USC, Spain)
Dr. Alfredo Palacios Garrido (EU Cardenal Cisneros, Spain)
Dr. Eliton Pereira (Federal Institute of Goiás, Brazil)
Dr. Ana Porto Castro (USC, Spain)
Dr. Ana Margarida Ramos (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Dr. Sara Reis da Silva (University of Minho, Portugal)
Dr. Armando Requeixo Cuba (USC, Spain)
Dr. César Sánchez Ortiz (UCLM, Spain)
Dr. Claudia Sousa Pereira (University of Évora, Portugal)
Dr. Laura Tojeiro Pérez (USC, Spain)
Dr. Teresa Torres de Eça (APECV, Portugal)
Below you can see a galery of images of the congress’s devolepment: