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Navel Gazing: On Albrecht Dürer's Adam and Eve (1504)

This article examines a neglected detail of one of the most famous images of the Renaissance; the depiction of the navel by Dürer in his Adam and Eve engraving (1504).

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Published Online: November 15, 2016

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Photography as Memory and Learning: An Autoethnographic Inquiry

Photographs of an artist/researcher/lecturer are used as a vehicle for a retrospective theoretical and analytical inquiry into his own learning.

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Published Online: November 15, 2016

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The International Journal of Social, Political and Community Agendas in the Arts , Volume 12, Issue 1

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The International Journal of New Media, Technology and the Arts , Volume 12, Issue 1

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The International Journal of Arts Theory and History , Volume 12, Issue 1

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The International Journal of Arts Education , Volume 12, Issue 1

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The Material Image: Artists’ Approaches to Reproducing Texture in Art

This research explores the relationship between imaging, artists’ approaches to reproducing representations of the attributes of material qualities, the fluid dynamics of a painterly mark, and 2.5D relief in printing.

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Published Online: October 25, 2016

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The Advantages and Disadvantages for Boys with the Postmodernist Shift in the Art Syllabus

Postmodernism has influenced the changes in the Visual Arts Curriculum in Western Australian Secondary School. This has not resulted in increased participation and better outcomes for boys.

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Published Online: September 30

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From Dye to Identity: Linking Saffron to Stigmatizing Jewish Dress Codes and the Paradox of a Yellow-robed Moses in the Sistine Chapel

A significant link between Jewish identify and saffron was established in antiquity resulting in its application in stigmatizing yellow markers and ignored significance in masterpieces like the Sistine Chapel.

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Published Online: September 30, 2016

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Counterfactual Thoughts in Photography

The concept of counterfactuals has appeared in past decades in science and humanities and has become popular as a genre in media and the fine arts, in particular in photography.

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Published Online: September 30, 2016

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