Participants creating pushcart signage. Anak-anak Kota, Arts-ED, Penang.

The Arts Education Archive Malaysia (AEAM) aims to create a more inclusive arts-education archive and database to inspire future research and practice and therefore, seeks to expand its collection to include the work of fellow practitioners, researchers, and organisations relevant to the field of arts-education and arts-creation in Malaysia.

The Arts Education Archive Malaysia would like to invite arts organisations, researchers and/or practitioners to contribute arts education resources. Contribution of resources must be related to the Malaysian context and fulfil the definition of non-formal arts education. Non-formal arts education is defined by this archive as non-commercial arts education which takes place outside of mainstream or formal education.

AEAM would like to invite individuals or organisations actively involved in non-formal arts education in Malaysia (and have retained documentation and records of their work) to participate in the AEAM Database as a collection partner. To find out more, please contact us.

The following categories of contributions are accepted for the Resources page (in any language):

i.     Books, journal publications (Academic publications, practitioner manuals, chapters, and articles)

ii.    Conference papers

iii.   Multimedia documentation (Websites, blogs, videos, podcasts, audio)

iv.   Project reports and media publications (Written documentation, newspaper/magazine reviews and articles)

All contributions will be vetted by the Arts Education Archive Malaysia committee before being presented on the AEAM website.

Copyright remains with the author(s) or publisher(s). Soft copies of material will be presented in JPG format for IP protection. Links will be made available to material which is already hosted online. Users are required to seek authors’ permission before use.

For AEAM Contribution Guidelines and Form, please click here.

Important notes:

•     All contributions will be vetted by the Arts Education Archive Malaysia committee before being uploaded to the AEAM website

•     Copyright remains with the author(s).

AEAM CONTRIBUTION GUIDELINES 

  1. •AEAM carries only pre-print materials, i.e. documents prior to publisher’s edits (which require author’s permission), or post-print material (which require publisher’s permission).
  2. •If you would like readers to have direct access to the article, please upload the document using the form below. Alternatively, you may include an online link to either the pre-print or post-print material, directing readers to where the material may be accessed or purchased.
  3. •If electronic copy of document is unavailable please send a soft-copy of article/paper (with citations if any) scanned at high-resolution – minimum 300 dpi if with colour images, 600 dpi if with black & white images, and saved to PDF or JPEG).
  4. •Multimedia Documentation of non-formal arts education projects or programmes in Malaysia can be in the form of website, video, blog, podcast and should include all the following information:
  5. •If Multimedia Documentation is unavailable online, please upload on to YouTube or Vimeo before submission.

N.B. Copyright remains with the author(s) or publisher(s). Soft copies of material will be presented in JPG format for IP protection. Links will be made available to material which is already hosted online. Users are required to seek authors’ permission before use.

Use the form below to make your submission.

AEAM CONTRIBUTION FORM





























Upload a file
(Max 5MB per file, in the following formats only: .jpg, .png, .pdf, .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx, .zip)



(N.B. Final material will be presented in JPG format for IP protection)

IMPORTANT: IMPORTANT: For file sizes higher than 5MB, please use a service such as wetransfer.com or Google Drive and paste the download URL in the message box below.

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