Welcome to MAKING InSEA 2019 World Congress!!
We hope that you have a wonderful experience and that InSEA 2019 is memorable for what you learn and the many friendships you make.
The InSEA 2019 Congress Desk in the Audain Art Center, first floor lobby - is open between 8:30-5:00 (Saturday to 11:00am).
Please make a point of checking the InSEA 2019 blog on a regular basis. This is where we will post both housekeeping information and any changes to the InSEA 2019 Program.
During InSEA 2019, check the InSEA 2019 Congress desk and look for updates on the following:
Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/groups/InSEA2019/
Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/insea2019/
We invite you to share your activities, friendships and making projects with colleagues on socialmedia – you might want to check if it’s okay first, before posting. Remember: #InSEA2019
Streaming of InSEA 2019 World Congress Keynotes
Here are the links for streaming:
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 | bit.ly/insea710
Thursday, July 11, 2019 | bit.ly/insea711
Friday, July 12, 2019 | bit.ly/insea712
Saturday, July 13, 2019 | bit.ly/insea713
The password for the streams is (case sensitive): InSEA2019
Additional Information | The link will take you to a registration page where InSEA 2019 Congress delegates will be prompted to enter their details and the password. All participants will be required to also enter their name and email. The streams will go live automatically at the start-time of the keynote according to the InSEA 2019 Program. Furthermore, these streaming links will also be the video-on-demand links; after the broadcast is finished the recording will be available at the same link immediately until the end of InSEA 2019 on Saturday, July 13th.
INSeA 2019 | Vancouver BC CANADA
The InSEA World Congress at UBC in Vancouver, Canada in July 2019 offers art educators an opportunity to theorize and practice ‘making’ in art education. Through a diverse array of sessions, workshops and field experiences, delegates will be able to reimagine and reflect upon ‘making’ in art education. ‘Making’, after all, is concerned with material and immaterial approaches, global movements of ideas, anticipated changes, and perceptual shifts. It is propositional in nature and not prescriptive. Being provocative and/or evocative, ‘making’ entertains that which has yet to be understood. Situating ‘making’ within Vancouver and Canada offers an opportunity to emphasize concepts such as emplacement, being out of place, and being of the place. Moreover, UBC is on Musqueam First Nations unceded and ancestral territory. At the intersection of Indigenous and multicultural perspectives, Vancouver becomes a meeting point for hybrid identities, experimental ideas and place-based consciousness as we prepare for the third decade in the 21st century.Congress Theme | Making: How is making understood across all dimensions of art education in the 21st century?
Congress Theme | Making - Place, Indigenize, Identity, Experiment
Congress Theme | Making: How is making understood across all dimensions of art education in the 21st century?
→ Place: How can place consciousness impact art education particularly in an era when migration, immigration and refugee status change our sense of location?
→ Indigenize: What are the possibilities and implications for indigenizing art education in an inclusive learning context?
→ Identity: How might we describe hybrid identities and rethink our practices as a result?
→ Experiment: What relationships exist among artistic and pedagogical risks, failures, successes and stabilized/destabilized practices?
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Located on the traditional unceded territory of the Musqueam people, UBC’s Vancouver campus is set at the edge of a peninsula overlooking the Strait of Georgia and the Salish Sea. The city of Vancouver is a short distance away and provides a sparkling backdrop for a university continually shaping its place as a world leader in research and teaching. From breathtaking ocean views to snow dusted mountaintops, world-renowned gardens and entertainment, the campus promises to welcome alumni and visitors at every step. Discover UBC for yourself and make your visit one to remember. Find out more.
Welcome to ubc
The UBC campus is home to some of the world’s most innovative and exciting research and learning environments. Wander through our many libraries; contemplate a museum exhibition, or experience nature in our outdoor gardens. Whatever your inclination, UBC gives you the freedom to explore. Find out more.
ARTS & CULTURE DISTRICT UBC
A world of arts and culture is happening at the University of British Columbia’s Point Grey campus. Everything from theatre, film, contemporary and fine art, to music, opera, live performances and a world-renowned Museum of Anthropology are right at your doorstep. Find out more.
Vancouver is a Canadian city in the province of British Columbia. With its scenic views, mild climate, and friendly people, Vancouver is known around the world as both a popular tourist attraction and one of the best places to live. Find out more.
ARTS & CULTURE VANCOUVER
Explore Vancouver's arts scene, as well as the city's culture and history, in exquisite natural settings. Vancouver's art exhibits, cultural sites and historic areas are an integral part of life in the city. The city's rich cultural background has helped produce a rich spectrum of artistic expression and a thriving creative community. Find out more.
INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS & ENTRY TO CANADA REQUIREMENTS
Please keep in mind, that international travelers must have valid travel documents to enter the country. Document requirements vary depending on which country you’re travelling from. When you enter Canada, a Canada Border Services Agency officer will ask to see your passport and a valid visa, if one is necessary. For specific information on travel documents required to visit Canada from countries please visit the Government of Canada website by clicking the button link below.
Note: Canada introduced a new entry requirement, known as the Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA), for visa-exempt foreign nationals travelling to Canada by air. Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travelers with a valid visa. Entry requirements for other methods of travel (land and sea) have not changed. Eligible travelers can apply online for an eTA. This entry is now mandatory, and travelers will need an eTA before they can board a flight to Canada.
From the stylishly appointed West Coast Suites with hotel amenities to our budget-friendly Shared Apartments and the Pacific Spirit Hostel, UBC offers affordable accommodation for anyone visiting Vancouver - including short-term housing rentals from mid-May to late August each year. Visit Stay at UBC to find the accommodation that's right for you.
Accommodation registration is now open. Book early in order to get the best rates.
We look forward to welcoming InSEA 2019 to UBC.
The Call for Proposals is now open | Submission Deadline: September 15, 2018
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