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Journal of Visual Art and Design
ISSN : 23375795     EISSN : 23385480     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
Journal of Visual Art and Design welcomes full research articles in the area of Visual Art and Design from the following subject areas: Design History, Art History, Visual Culture, Design Methodology, Design Process, Design Discourse, Design and Culture, Sociology Design, Design Management, Art Critism, Anthropology of Art, Artifact Design, Industrial Design, Visual Communication Design, Photography, Interior Design, Craft, Architecture, Film, Multimedia, Creative Industry, Design Policy, and other historical, critical, cultural, psychological, educational and conceptual research in visual art and design. Publication History Formerly known as: ITB Journal of Visual Art and Design (2007 – 2012)
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LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS OF 3D HOLOGRAM ANIMATION ON PRIMARY SCHOOL LEARNERS Hoon, Loh Ngiik; Shaharuddin, Siti Shukhaila
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 11, No 2 (2019): Journal of Visual Art and Design
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Integration of technology in education is changing traditional learning methods to satisfy global requirement towards Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0. Innovative teaching methods help teachers to motivate and engage students in their learning. This study analyzed the application of three-dimensional hologram (3DH) technology for students in primary one, two and three, to find the learning effectiveness of 3D hologram technology in the classroom. Pre-test and post-test designs were adopted according to the primary school syllabus to collect data, which were analyzed statistically using the SPSS software. The results revealed that 3DH technology integration has a great effect that positively enhances the students? learning capacity and attracts their attention. As indicated, 72% of the students had better scores in the post-test compared to the pre-test examination after watching a 3DH animation. The increased scores prove that 3DH technology can positively influence and enhance the knowledge gained during the student learning process. An illustration in the form of a 3D hologram animation was able to grab the students? interest and capture their attention. This paper contributes to the field of education by looking at the adoption of 3DH technology, which could effectively enhance student learning quality at an early stage.
NATURE AND MODERNITY IN ÉDOUARD MANET’S LE DéJEUNER SUR L’HERBE AND WILLIAM HOLMAN HUNT’S THE AWAKENING CONSCIENCE: A COMPARATIVE AND CRITICAL READING Chang, Lin
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The painting Le Déjeuner sur l?Herbe (The Luncheon on the Grass) (1863) by the French artist Édouard Manet (1832-1883) received negative comments for the awkward nude and the puzzling narratives in the painting. After much debate, this work is now considered representative of both the artist?s oeuvre and of the French modern art movement after the 1850s. While Manet and his fellow Impressionists provided their definition of modern art through their quick brushwork representing speed and light, English art from the same period needs its own definition. A Pre-Raphaelite artist, William Holman Hunt (1827-1910), through the painstaking techniques that characterize the style of the group, presented his version of modern art. In his The Awakening Conscience, a mistress is shown stunned by the sunlight and struggling to wake up her conscience. This paper juxtaposes the two paintings and explores two aspects of the paintings that have rarely been discussed and compared before: modernity and Nature. It was investigated how, in both paintings, Nature (as visualized through the image of greenery) is exploited by modern society and how the bourgeois protagonists relate themselves to Nature. In doing so, this paper provides an interpretation of the cultural and social significance of both art works.
BACK MATTER VOL. 11 NO. 2, 2019 JVAD, JVAD
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FRONT MATTER VOL. 11 NO. 2, 2019 JVAD, JVAD
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FRONT MATTER VOL. 7 NO. 1, 2015 Design, Journal of Visual Art and
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BACK MATTER VOL.9 NO.1, 2017 Design, Journal of Visual Art and
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THE VISUAL ARTS EDUCATION CRISIS IN MALAYSIA: PLACEMENT OF STUDENTS INTO THE ARTS CURRICULAR STREAM AT THE UPPER SECONDARY LEVEL IN MALAYSIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS Ponijan, Ahmad Suffian Asmawi; Mat, Mohamad Faizuan; Leong, Sarah Naemah Aman
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In Malaysia, the curricular subject of visual art, especially at secondary school level, pays little attention to the aspect of artistic knowledge development. Students are assigned to the arts stream based on their Level Three assessment results, which ultimately causes problems in the visual art learning process in the classroom. On the other hand, formal art education is absent among students in the science stream and visual art is perceived to be only for underperforming students, when in fact visual art can be a valuable subject for all students. This study used a qualitative triangulation method to assess the similarities between data from face-to-face interviews, observations and literature study. Visual arts education is duly needed at the upper secondary level of education in Malaysia to cultivate future generations with creative and critical minds. However, does the art education offered in the arts stream actually benefit the students who are assigned to this curricular stream based on the existing student placement system? This study aimed to investigate problems and issues in Malaysian visual arts education based on the system of student placement into curricular streams.
COVER VOL. 11 NO. 2, 2019 JVAD, JVAD
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RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF QUESTIONNAIRE ON ASSESSING THE AESTHETIC PERCEPTION OF DESIGN MOTIF APPLIED ON SARAWAK PUA KUMBU CLOTH USING THE ART RECEPTION SURVEY (ARS) Wahed, Wan Juliana Emeih; Yusoff, Saiful Bahari Hj. Mohd; Saad, Noorhayati
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The objective of this study was to assess the reliability of the Art Reception Survey (ARS) in measuring the aesthetic experience of a Pua Kumbu cloth among visitors who visited the textile museums in Kuching Sarawak. Using this instrument with 28 items grouped into 6 factors, the reliability was assessed by measuring its internal consistency using Cronbach?s alpha coefficient. Thirty (30) visitors served as respondents in this study, who were from various age groups and different geographic backgrounds. The results from the reliability analysis revealed that the factors had good internal consistency. Cronbach?s alpha coefficient ranged from ? = .672 to .978. The results also indicate that Negative Emotion, Expertise and Positive Attraction produced a low intraclass correlation coefficient. Negative Emotion and the first items from two other factors revealed poor item-scale correlations. This study suggests the removal of the Negative Emotion factor, which was revealed to be irrelevant in measuring the aesthetic experience of the Pua Kumbu cloth, and of items 1 of both Expertise and Positive Attraction, making the remaining 21 items in the instrument reliable to measure the aesthetic experience of the respondents towards the Pua Kumbu cloth.
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ‘NILA’ IN MALAY FOUNDATION MYTHS: A STUDY OF SRI NILA PAHLAWAN Hamzah, Fytullah; Abdul Manaf, Ahmad Azaini bin
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This article examines the true significance of nila (blue) in the Malay literature from an ocular point of view. The origins of Malay foundation myths as written in the Malay Annals by Tun Sri Lanang, which contain a detailed description of the ancestry of Raja Iskandar Zulkarnain, Sang Sapurba, his miraculous appearance at Bukit Seguntang and introduces the renowned covenant with Demang Lebar Daun, the ruler of Palembang. This study outlines the appearance of nila in ancient texts (Sri Nila Pahlawan, Sang Nila Utama, Tuan Putri Nila Panjadi). A visual and textual approach was employed to investigate the importance of nila in ancient Malay myths and the determination of its usage in the narratives. Each description was examined and drawn in detail from the aspects of depictions, compared to other texts on the same point and degrees in the Malay world. The aim of this inquiry was to separate the history part from the mythical part and to determine the meaning of the nila designation that occurs in multiple accounts throughout the literature. As a conclusion, according to the usage of nilain the Malay Annals it can be seen as a name to represent the divine or supreme status of the ruling royal family.

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