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Reflections on the Art School – Part 1: Introduction

Video recording from the Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School

The Art School Educated Research team invite you to join them for a full day of papers and discussions with artists, academics and museum professionals. This conference will explore the wider dimensions of art education in Britain and elsewhere. Bringing together scholars from Scotland, England and Sweden, the conference has a particular focus on developments post-1960. Papers will address questions of theory and practice, curriculum reform, agency, the educational turn, gender, and the social value of art education.

Reflections on the Art School – Part 2: Marta Edling

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School and is with Marta Edling (University of Uppsala)

Art, career and gender. The career pathways of male and female artists and the recruitment of Professors at the Swedish Fine Art Colleges 1945–2000 with Marta Edling

Reflections on the Art School – Part 3: Alice Strickland

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School and is with Alice Strickland (Independent Art Historian)

A Slade Education: Paula Rego, Maggi Hambling and Ana Maria Pacheco’s Art Education during Sir William Coldstream’s Tenure as Slade Professor 1949–75.

Reflections on the Art School – Part 4: David Hulks

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School and is with David Hulks (University of East Anglia)

Going with Change: The Impact of Curriculum Reform at St Martin’s School of Art with David Hulks

Reflections on the Art School – Part 5: Discussion

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School and features a group discussion

As the continuing crisis in art education remains in the foreground of debates around art, the groundswell of interest in such discussions shows no signs of lessening in its significance. ‘Reflections on the Art School’ seeks to engage with those debates, present recent research and provide a space for reflection.

Reflections on the Art School – Part 6: John Beck and Matthew Cornford

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School with John Beck (Newcastle University) and Matthew Cornford (University of Brighton)

John Beck (Newcastle University) and Matthew Cornford (University of Brighton) on The Lost World of Provincial British Art Schools

Reflections on the Art School – Part 7: Monica Ross and Anne Tallentire

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School

Critical Fine Art Practice 1990–8 with Monica Ross and Anne Tallentire (Central St Martins)

Reflections on the Art School – Part 8: Discussion

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School and features a group discussion

As the continuing crisis in art education remains in the foreground of debates around art, the groundswell of interest in such discussions shows no signs of lessening in its significance. ‘Reflections on the Art School’ seeks to engage with those debates, present recent research and provide a space for reflection.

Reflections on the Art School – Part 9: Christine Turner

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School

Life Drawing Remastered: Surmounting Difficulties for the Academic Artist with Christine Turner (Liverpool John Moores University)

Reflections on the Art School – Part 10: Catherine Kilpatrick

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School

Twenty Years at Edinburgh College of Art: Structure, Agency and Values in the Postmodern Art School with Catherine Kilpatrick (University of Edinburgh)

Reflections on the Art School – Part 11: Kiki Claxton, Hannah Clayden, Mario D'Agostino, Katrine Hjelde, Michaela Ross

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School

‘Turning Educational’: The Educational Turn and the Art School with Kiki Claxton, Hannah Clayden, Mario D’Agostino, Katrine Hjelde and Michaela Ross (Chelsea College of Art and Design)

Reflections on the Art School – Part 12: Discussion

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School and features a group discussion

As the continuing crisis in art education remains in the foreground of debates around art, the groundswell of interest in such discussions shows no signs of lessening in its significance. ‘Reflections on the Art School’ seeks to engage with those debates, present recent research and provide a space for reflection.

Reflections on the Art School – Part 13: Stephen Farthing

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School

This is a video recording from Tate Britain conference Reflections on the Art School with Stephen Farthing (University of the Arts London) on Museum Rome: The Curriculum and the Art School

As the continuing crisis in art education remains in the foreground of debates around art, the groundswell of interest in such discussions shows no signs of lessening in its significance. ‘Reflections on the Art School’ seeks to engage with those debates, present recent research and provide a space for reflection.

The Art School Educated Research team invite you to join them for a full day of papers and discussions with artists, academics and museum professionals. This conference will explore the wider dimensions of art education in Britain and elsewhere. Bringing together scholars from Scotland, England and Sweden, the conference has a particular focus on developments post-1960. Papers will address questions of theory and practice, curriculum reform, agency, the educational turn, gender, and the social value of art education.

 Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Marta Edling – Art, career and gender. The career pathways of male and female artists and the recruitment of Professors at the Swedish Fine Art Colleges 1945-2000.

Part 3: Alice Strickland – A Slade Education: Paula Rego, Maggi Hambling and Ana Maria Pacheco’s Art Education during Sir William Coldstream’s Tenure as Slade Professor 1949–75.

Part 4: David Hulks – Going with Change: The Impact of Curriculum Reform at St. Martin’s School of Art.

Part 5: Discussion 1 – As the continuing crisis in art education remains in the foreground of debates around art, the groundswell of interest in such discussions shows no signs of lessening in its significance. ‘Reflections on the Art School’ seeks to engage with those debates, present recent research and provide a space for reflection.

Part 6: John Beck and Matthew Cornford – The Lost World of Provincial British Art Schools.

Part 7: Monica Ross and Anne Tallentire - Critical Fine Art Practice 1900–98.

Part 8: Discussion – As the continuing crisis in art education remains in the foreground of debates around art, the groundswell of interest in such discussions shows no signs of lessening in its significance. ‘Reflections on the Art School’ seeks to engage with those debates, present recent research and provide a space for reflection.

Part 9: Christine Turner – Life Drawing Remastered: Surmounting Difficulties for the Academic Artist.

Part 10: Catherine Kilpatrick – Twenty Years at Edinburgh College of Art: Structure, Agency and Values in the Postmodern Art School.

Part 11: FLAG – Kiki Claxton, Hannah Clayden, Mario D’Agostino, Katrine Hjelde and Michaela Ross – ‘Turning Educational’ – The Educational Turn and the Art School.

Part 12: Discussion 3 – As the continuing crisis in art education remains in the foreground of debates around art, the groundswell of interest in such discussions shows no signs of lessening in its significance. ‘Reflections on the Art School’ seeks to engage with those debates, present recent research and provide a space for reflection.

Part 13: Stephen Farthing – ‘Museum Rome’: The Curriculum and the Art School.