Volume 9, Number 1

Contents

Editorial
Christine Sinclair

Doubt, ambivalence, and creativity in academia
Louise Katz

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In search of an effective assessment for an introductory course in applied creative thinking: an on-going experiment
Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe, Russell Carpenter, and Nichole Zimmerman

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Young people’s theatre attendance: perspectives from theatre company workers in the TheatreSpace project
Richard Sallis, Michael Anderson and Robyn Ewing

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Adolescent love and relationships: an autoethnography of songwriting and guitar playing
Peter Gouzouasis and Chris Regier

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Documenting a collective arts-based methodology: an approach to working with and through complexity
Michael Crowhurst, Barbara Chancellor and Narelle Lemon

JACE is a peer-reviewed journal published twice each year that explores issues of artistry and creativity in contemporary research and teaching, and the interface between them. The journal seeks to promote praxis, to provide an evidence-based bridge between arts and artistic practice, creative practices in educational contexts, and learning research and theory in all these areas.