The European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education  EJPAE was initiated autumn 2015 to fill a gap for a journal focusing on theoretical and philosophical issues connected to education in the arts. EJPAE is an academic, double blind peer reviewed journal inviting original articles on topics somewhere in the intersection between art and education, it is open access and free to publish in. The journal aims to publish two issues a year.

ISSN: 2002-4665

The fourth issue of EJPAE is out!

2018-11-23

Finally the first issue of The European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education 2018 is out. And it is a very exciting issue with articles treating diverse topics such as musical improvisation in schools, arts based reesearch through peotry, preparing expressive performances with singers, interpretation and relational aesthetics. All articles have a focus on music in this issue, but many of the thoughts and reflections are as relevant for teaching in any of the arts.

The authors in this issue are Carl Holmgren, Shawn Michael Condon, Christina Larsson, Johan Öhman, Torill Vist and Kari Holdhus.

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Call for articles: Special issue: Arts-Based Research in the Area of Arts Education

2018-02-22

Arts-Based Research in the Area of Arts Education Philosophical, ontological and epistemological encounters

We hereby call for articles that touch upon the theme of ABR from different philosophical, ontological and epistemological perspectives, within the area of arts education. Publication formats including other forms of expressions than text will be handled.

 

Guest editors: Cecilia Ferm Almqvist & Torill Vist

Deadline: 1st of June 2018

Comments from reviewers: 1st of September 2018

Deadline revised articles: 1st of November

Publication date: December 2018

 

For submission guidelines please follow the link to the Journal website:

 

http://www.ejpae.com/index.php/EJPAE/about/submissions

Vol 3 No 1 (2018): European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education (EJPAE)

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The European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education (EJPAE) was initiated autumn 2015 to fill a gap for a journal focusing on theoretical and philosophical issues connected toeducation in the arts. Ejpae is an academic, double blind peer reviewed journal inviting original articles on topics somewhere in the intersection between art and education, it is open access and free to publish in. The journal aims to publish two issues a year.


More information about the journal, how to submit your work, the members of the editorial board and so forth, can be found under "About this Journal"