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The Use of Physical Phenomenon as an Innovative Source in Art Education

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Lead Guest Editor:
Heba Mansour
Art Education Department, Faculty of Education, Sultan Qaboos University Textile Printing Department, Faculty of Applied Arts, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt
Guest Editors
Anita Sinner
Concordia University
Quebec, Canada
Kathleen Vaughan
Concordia University
Quebec, Canada
Felice Amato
Boston University 
Boston, USA
Rébecca Bourgault
Boston University 
Boston, USA
Nadia Alhasani
University of Sharjah
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Shaima Bdawi 
University of Sharjah
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
It is undoubtable that there is a reciprocity relationship between the different sciences and fields of knowledge. The relation between art and science is one that extends ancient times since both use search and experimentation methods in pursuit of reaching the best results and satisfactory solutions which makes them in continuous development. Likewise, Art education as one of the fields of knowledge that draws its references from all that is neoteric whether it is nature, heritage or other sciences.
The idea of integration between art and science prompts on finding innovative ways towards creativity, because whenever the sources behind the design were of a scientific nature, the higher the visual connotations are closer to perception and mental receptivity.
Hence, researchers are trying to create new experimental approaches through the study and analysis of some physical phenomena, such as energy, frequency and vibration, which produces precise and perfect artistic forms in harmonious rhythms and in accordance with formalized geometric and mathematical relations of scientific origin that can be used by art students to create innovative design works as intellectual starting points, can be consulted and relied on as technical references, with a formal logic, and mental legitimation, which contributes to the enrichment of the aesthetic values of the art work. So, this study aims to take advantage of some physical phenomena such as energy and frequency and vibration and its formal output as an innovative source in teaching arts.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Integration between art and science
  2. Innovative ways towards creativity
  3. Physical phenomena in art
  4. Innovative design from science and scientific fields
  5. Creative methods in teaching arts
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