A Call for Creative Scholarship
Date: Wednesday, March 8
Time: 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Cost: $75 for members; $90 for non-members.
This is an IDEC workshop that addresses what constitutes creative scholarship with regard to The Journal of Interior Design submissions. It will introduce some basic vocabulary relative to this mode of research, highlight the characteristics of creative scholarship submissions and point to some exemplars.
This workshop has one learning objective: To provide guidance on how to frame, develop and articulate creative scholarship for potential publication in the Journal of Interior Design. This singular objective serves a greater goal: to promote, advocate and advance the quality, presence and impact of creative scholarship in the discipline of interior design, interior architecture and spatial design.
Julieanna Preston is Professor of Spatial Practice, College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand.
Her creative practice draws on architecture, art and feminist and new materialism philosophy and builds upon her background in interior design, building construction, material processes and performance writing. Julieanna has delivered durational performances and lectures in the US, UK, Sweden, Australia, Scotland, Netherlands, Canada and NZ. Her recent scholarly publications include Performing Matter: interior surface and feminist actions (AADR 2013), “Dear Rosa” (IDEA Journal: Design Activism, 2015), “Reconciling Carboniferous Accretions: A Performative Script” (Architecture and Culture: Into the Hidden Abode: Architecture and Production, 2015) and “utter matter condensed” (Poetic Biopolitics: Relational Practices in Architecture and the Arts, 2016). She is an alumnus from Virginia Tech, Cranbrook Academy of Art and RMIT. www.julieannapreston.space