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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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Technical Trends of Cottage Ceramic Industries in Southwestern Nigeria Abiodun, Segun Oladapo
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The establishment of modern cottage ceramic industry in Nigeria was the result of changes in taste and demand related to ceramic products influenced by contact with the West. Strategies adopted in transforming Nigerian indigenous pottery to modern ceramics with a mass-production orientation have been featured in several academic publications. However, there has been inadequate academic attention for technical trends in the ceramic industries in Nigeria. This study examined technical trends in cottage ceramic industries in Southwestern Nigeria. Its objectives were to observe styles, techniques and factors that affect the development of these industries. The study adopted studio-practice participant observation and descriptive methodologies. It was observed that most of the cottage ceramic industries in Southwestern Nigeria are using appropriate and intermediate technologies by sourcing their materials, tools and equipment locally. Throwing is the major technique of production used, while painted decorative wares are the dominant products as the cost of producing glaze wares is high. The inability to produce cheaper ceramic wares compared to imported wares leads to low patronage of their products. Improving technical capacities of these industries through various research findings and technological breakthroughs will go a long way to increase the productivity and sustainability of these industries.
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Strategy of Entrepreneurship & Creative Economy Development through District Mapping in Bandung City Satari, Fiki Chikara; As’ad, Nabila
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Since Bandung joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) on 11 December 2015, all its stakeholders and the city have become more active in fulfilling its commitments as a City of Design, among others by strengthening existing data on creative economy entrepreneurs and their impact on welfare improvement. A previous research conducted by the Economy Department of Bandung Municipality mapped thousands of creative economy actors spread over 30 districts in Bandung. However, it was necessary to further identify these actors and their roles in order to be able to build a strategy around creative economy development in Bandung, which was the main aim of this research. The ecosystem of five creative economy subsectors in selected districts was mapped. The results are presented here as a reference for building strategies for creative-potential based community development and policy making.
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A Comparative Study of Mystical-Visual Expression of Nizami Stories in Two Paintings of Haft Peykar and the Death of Shirin by Emphasizing the Relationship between Visual Structure and Story Context Rajabi, Zeinab; Ghazizadeh, Khashayar
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Nizami is one of the most famous poets of the sixth century. His mystical and romantic stories are full of wisdom. His two stories called ‘Haft Peykar’ and ‘Khosrow and Shirin’, which are discussed in this article, have interested artists throughout the history of Iranian art. The painter of the ‘Haft Peykar’ painting shows the whole story from beginning to end in one single image. The painter of the ‘Death of Shirin’ painting, emphasizes the paradoxes of life, the confrontation of life and death, heaven and earth, and loyalty and betrayal in the composition, colors and symbolic elements. This study used an analytical-descriptive method. The purpose of this research was to determine how the painters used these two mystical literary texts to express their own ideas. What can be seen from the two paintings is that the artists used the stories of Nizami to create their works with an artistic and mystical visual language, using symbolism in the composition and the colors. It should be noted that the painters also added meanings to their paintings and thus presented new content for the viewer. 
Development and Evaluation of A New Studio-Based Course on Critical Design Coskun, Aykut
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Although the last decade has seen critical design growing as an area of research, studies have rarely focused on how to teach it. Some design schools have established graduate programs and others have developed individual undergraduate courses on critical design. However, to date there has been no study that investigated student reactions to the learning of critical design. Addressing this gap, this paper proposes a new studio-based course at the graduate level aimed at providing students with a medium for critical discussion and creative reflection on contemporary social issues. Lectures, seminars and class discussions were used to instruct theoretical concepts pertaining to critical design, while a 10-week design studio project was used to concretize these concepts. The students’ initial reactions to this teaching methodology was gathered through semi-structured interviews conducted at the end of the course. The interview results indicate that students had a very positive attitude towards critical design and the course. Furthermore, although understanding critical design was a major challenge for them, the teaching methods used in the course (i.e. lectures, critical design assignment and reflection paper) helped them overcome this challenge. Finally, this paper offers suggestions for design educators for constructing critical design courses that meet design students’ expectations.
Women’s Perspective on the Surakarta Kebaya based on Biographies of Gusti Noeroel and Utami Suryadarma Adriati, Ira; Damajanti, Irma; Zainsjah, Almira Belinda
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The kebaya is a national dress for Indonesian women. This paper analyzes the development of the Surakarta kebayas used by Gusti Noeroel, a princess who lived in Mangkunegara Palace, and Utami Suryadarma, the daughter of a high rank police officer from Surakarta. They were selected as the subject of this research because they used the kebaya consistently throughout their lives despite their interaction with modern culture. This study used a historical approach, especially on women’s position in Indonesian society and the development of Indonesian culture and kebaya design. The data were collected from various publications. Gusti Noeroel and Utami Suryadarma were educated noblewomen. They interacted with modern culture from various nations, while consistently using the kebaya as a characteristically Indonesian dress. The model they initially wore, the Surakarta kebaya, developed by changing the collar and the length and by applying a tighter fitting design. In addition, the material used changed according to the times. We can conclude that these princesses’ abilities to adjust the kebaya according to each era, made their kebaya designs always up to date.
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