05 June 2012
Collection 4# Art + Design & Education/ Call for articles
Published by École Parsons à Paris / Paris College of Art
Abstract submission - September 1, 2012
EDITOR & FOUNDER (2009)
Brigitte Borja de Mozota, Université Paris Ouest / Ecole Parsons à Paris, France
ISSN : 2114-9879
Journal on line: http://www.collection.paris.edu
Please find attached the PDF of our research journal Collection 4 Art+Design & Education based on best papers of our common DRS /Cumulus research in design education conference .Including inside “Call for papers “ for Collection 5 on Art+Design & Economics.
Call for Papers
Collection 5 “Art & Design + Economy “
Created in 2009 by Brigitte Borja de Mozota, the research journal Collection aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice linking fundamental research and members of the art and design community. Collection seeks to disseminate research and to create a synthesis of knowledge pertaining to art and design.
Collection 5 to be published in 2013 aims to investigate and share design processes applied to the immaterial economy. How do new ideas, identities and systems, emerge by applying art and design processes to larger economic issues?
Our 21st century economy is an economy of diversity and individual subjective preferences that reconstructs territories and meanings. The focus of this issue is on sharing case studies, research, and insights into how innovative design processes and designers’ skills may help solve current problems and challenges of this immaterial economy.
This issue aims to open new directions for design professionals and for design education, regarding organizational design, corporate transformations, experience industries, social responsibility, environmental and urban contexts. And finally, to develop new theories and models through scaling up research in art and design processes using different scientific perspectives.
- Experimentation and risk-taking skills for reinventing decision ecosystems and Corporate Social Responsibility for health systems, transportation systems, leisure, and public institutions;
- Visualization skills and integrative skills for developing plural identities and scenarios for brands and creative cities;
- Empathy skills and co-design, design thinking skills for changing attitudes of institutions in the irrelation to the outside environment, and service design;
- System skills and holistic skills, developing the awareness of all design stakeholders on the importance of measuring design value in economy and international competition,
Accepted formats include case studies, pedagogical experiences, research, and social innovation projects.
Abstracts should be addressed to:
• SEPTEMBER 1 - 2012
Abstract submission (max. 3,000 words)
• SEPTEMBER 15 - 2012
Acceptance decision and feedback from scientific committee chairs
• NOVEMBER 1 - 2012
Full paper required.