We invite essays that explore visual regimes that have become established in our public schools or art departments. "Out of sight" might interrogate current ideals, territories, and debates concerning visual cultural education, since this was a distant horizon first discussed in JSTAE in 1980 and is now looming closer in mainstream art education. "Out of sight" might provide us with concerns over our televised, cinematic images that come at us through popular culture. For Lacan, sight was always a form of misrecognition, a form of "ignorance" as brilliantly explored by Magritte. We are all framed by images. So, we invite essays that question representation to de-frame it.


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