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.
Residency: Department of Materials
Artists Phoebe Collings-James, Richard Paul and Rachel Pimm undertake research in the University's Department of Materials.
Traversing geographies real and imagined, (re)composition explored the affective, material, physical and cultural dimensions of the interplay between music and place.
For & Against: Art, Politics and the Pamphlet
An exploration into the legacies and potentials of the pamphlet form.
Nicoline van Harskamp explored the proliferation of Englishes with the Discourse Analysis Research Group.
A Weekend of Weird
Where does the real end and the unreal begin? Can we even distinguish one from the other?