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IONASCU, ADRIANA (2013) Visual Inquiry, International Journal of Learning and Teaching ArtVol 2, No 1Guest Issue Edited by Adriana Ionascu: Drawing Practice in Art Education. Visual Inquiry, International Journal of Learning and Teaching Art Vol 2, No 1 Guest Issue, 2 (1). pp. 71-73. [Journal article]

IONASCU, ADRIANA (2011) ‘Object and User Performance in Rituals', Book Chapter in ‘Visual and Performance Arts’, 2011 (Part B, Performing the Arts, Chapter 10, pp.131) Edited by Arbury, Andrew Stephen and Georgoulia, Aikaterini. Published by the Athens Institute for Education and Research ISBN: 978-960-9549-65-3. In: ‘Visual and Performance Arts’. (Eds: Arbury, Andrew Stephen and Aikaterini, Georgoulia), Published by the Athens Institute for Education and Research ISBN: 978-960-9549-65-3 , Athens Institute for Education and Research, ATINER. Kolonaki 10671©Copyright 2011 by the Athens Institute for Education and Research. The individual essays remain the intellectual properties of the contributors., pp. 131-138. ISBN ISBN: 978-960-9549-65-3 [Book section]

IONASCU, ADRIANA (2011) Evaluating Visual Models of Writing in Art and Design in Pataki, G, Illes, A. Karpati, A. (Ed.). 2011. Art Space Education. International Association for Education through Art. Budapest Hungarian Art Teachers’ Association.ISBN 978-963-08-1595-6. In: International INSEA World Congress and Pre-Conference at Moholy-Nagi University of Art and Design, Budapest , Moholy-Nagi University of Art and Design Budapest / Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest . International Association for Education through Art. Budapest Hungarian Art Teachers’ Association. . 186 pp. [Conference contribution]

IONASCU, ADRIANA (2010) Global vs. Rural: Sustainable Practices of Making, Journal Contribution in 'Making Futures, The Crafts in the Context of Emerging Global Sustainability Agendas, Ed. Ferris, M. and Bolton, T. 2010. ISSN 2042-1664. Making Futures: The Crafts in the Context of Emerging Global Sustainability Agendas, 1 . pp. 36-40. [Journal article]

IONASCU, ADRIANA (2010) Urban Globalism versus Rural Artisans: Sustainable Practices of Making. In: Making Futures 2009, International Conference - The Crafts in the Context of Emerging Global Sustainability Agendas, Plymouth College of Art, Devon, UK, 17 - 18th September 2009 . Plymouth College of Art. Vol n/a (n/a) 7 pp. [Conference contribution]

Ionascu, Adriana (2010) The seventh ICDHS conference ‘Design and Craft’: A History of Convergences’, Brussels, Belgium, (2010) – The International Committee of Design History and Design Studies). In: Design and Craft: A History of Convergences and Divergences. (Eds: Gimeno-Martinez, Javier and Flore, Fredie), Weteren: Universa Press, pp. 242-246. ISBN 978 90 6569 071 5 [Book section]

Ionascu, Adriana (2009) Design at Play: Immaterial Forms of Consumption. In: NORDES 2009 3rd Nordic Design Research International Conference, Engaging Artefacts, Designing Artefacts for Performability and Sustainability , The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) in collaboration with University of Oslo. Oslo School of Architecture and Design . Vol n/a (n/a) 4 pp. [Conference contribution]

Ionascu, Adriana (2009) Framing Design Narratives: Collecting. Writing Design: Object, Process, Discourse, Translation, n/a (n/a). pp. 1-6. [Journal article]

Ionascu, Adriana (2008) Altering Physical Functions: The Re-Design of the BodyNatural and Manmade: Medical Design and some other Design Frontiers. 6 pp. [Confidential report (external)]

Ionascu, Adriana and Scott, David (2007) Common Objects Common Gestures. Ceramics Art and Perception, 68 . pp. 86-89. [Journal article]

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