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ItemO ensino remoto no curso de licenciatura em Artes Visuais na modalidade à distância da Universidade Federal de Goiás: olhares sobre o ensinar e aprender na pandemia(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2021-05-22) Silva, Giovanna Carolina; Fernandes, Rosa Pires; Perotto, Lílian Ucker; Santos, Noeli Batista dos; Guimarães, Leda Maria de Barros; Cabral, Valéria Fabiane Braga FerreiraThis study aimed to awaken, to us researchers and readers, about the current change in the teaching and learning relationships that are being built by Emergency Remote Education (ERE), applied with the advent of the pandemic caused by COVID-19. The research focuses on the Bachelor's Degree in Visual Arts, a distance modality at the Faculty of Visual Arts at the Federal University of Goiás - its defining object. To this end, the qualitative approach, based on the case study, was used as a method together with a bibliographic review. We start from the theoretical analysis of some referenced scientific publications, we also research in the digital environment analyzing reports, laws, decrees and other official documents that clarify on the subject. In a qualitative way, we collected data through structured forms sent to teachers and tutors of the mentioned course. In addition, we made use of personal reports complementing the material gathered. Analyzing the data, we were able to describe a little about the impact of the pandemic on distance education; some impressions about changes in the social, technological, scientific and human scenario, in a section of education in Goiás, in the higher educational space, identifying changes caused by remote emergency teaching as the outbreak of new pedagogical perspectives; changes in the document flow of the Supervised Internship; the effort to maintain affection in teaching and learning relationships, with an emphasis on the humanization of education; the reframing of evaluation processes; teaching art as an understanding of the historical process and recreation of the present; the appropriation and intensification of the use of Digital Information and Communication Technologies (TDCIs); the redefinition of the meaning of presence. Finally, it was and is being possible to visualize, and in some way foster, (re) inventing, within possible multiple perspectives, of teaching and learning of the visual arts.