The history of art education is full of utopian visions and creative pedagogies that have proposed new educational methodologies. At a time when art education is under threat, this symposium will celebrate and reflect upon these histories and consider how they can be re-appraised and re-imagined.
LU Arts Office by Giles Round. Photo by Corey Bartle-Sanderson
Radar is LU Arts' contemporary commissioning programme. We invite artists to produce new work in response to and as part of research undertaken across Loughborough University's two campuses, and programme events bringing together artistic and academic work. Founded in 2007, we've worked with artists including Takahiro Iwasaki, Heather and Ivan Morison, Mark Titchner, Oliver Ressler, Ruth Ewan, and Futurefarmers. The work we commission is process-led, frequently participatory, and takes place both in the public realm and across our campuses.
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