About the author :
Teresa Torres de Eça is President of the Portuguese Visual Art Teachers Association APECV and President of the International Society for Education Through Art ‐ InSEA. She is a member of C3- Inter-action activist art education group and member of the Art Education group at i2ADS -Research Institute in Art, Design and Society, University of Porto. Her research interests are focused on visual narratives; media and digital media, social engaged arts; activist art education, transcultural projects and interdisciplinary education.. Teresa is also a visual artist , known as Teresa Torres or TT.
contact TT at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Activist art education Projects:
arts education projects in between arts, education, social justice; sustainability, contemplation, joy, freedom, community arts , organised with collectives of artist-teachers.
ARTIVIST BOOKS/Cadernos ARTIVISTAS
Third edition of the collaborative books research/art/education project
sharing sketchbooks with art educators
The purpose of this action is to develop awareness of the potentialities of artists books in educational and research practices .Through sharing visual notes in artist sketchbooks educators develop other forms of interactive learning processes, in the edges of identity and collective spaces. Participants of this group were invited to participate in collaborative artists books during one year in the 2013 InSEA Congress in Lemesos , Cyprus, June 2012 . One year later the boks were displayed and exchanged in the 2013 InSEA Congress in Canterbury.Books were made by Pancho and devegarseencadernaaolonge bindery. Special versions of collaborative books were designed for the Insea Canterbury congress and for the art education Wurzburg congress in 2014. A Portuguese version was made for APECV, Portuguese visual art teachers – ( Para Que Conste)
The’ derive’ a Situacionist concept applied to art education and activist art education
16 December 2013 in stairways of Santiago de Compostela; Jaén and Lisboa- with C3 members. C3 is a group of activist art educators and researchers in art education .