The sessions were interesting and diverse, presenting several experiences and research in-between arts and education as well as different ways of understanding arts in diverse educational contexts. Although this year we offered as usually the option to present workshops and symposiums, there was only one proposal of workshop and the rest of the sessions were paper presentations. Some contributions enriched the debate and potentialities about Artistic Research and Arts-based Research. Many others were focused on experiences of art education, including different disciplines of art such as music, performance, drawing, photography and video. Among the presenters, there was a wide representation of European countries. Most of them used to attend ECER Conference, but there were also some new participants that brought new perspectives to the field of art and education research. Finally, we highlight how the presenters contributed research and experiences related to the current European debates on globalization, neoliberalism and migration, as well as their commitment and critical view of them. Also some presentations explored how digital technologies can contribute to expand the notion of art and artistic methodologies in research.