Chaired by Patricia Bickers at the ICA, London
What is the Future of Art Education?
In response to demand, Art Monthly organised two public debates: one in London in September and one in Birmingham in October. At these events readers were given the opportunity to question educational professionals and policy makers.
The panels debated the motion: ‘Is further privatisation, corporatisation and instrumentalism inevitable or are there alternatives?Æ and responded directly to the question ‘What is the Future of Art Education?’
Michael Corris is a writer and professor of fine art at the Art & Design Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University.
Lisa Le Feuvre is a writer, curator and lecturer on the curatorial programme at the Department of Art, Goldsmiths.
Paul Gough is chair of the art and design group of the Research Assessment Exercise and pro-vice chancellor at University of West of England in Bristol.
Irit Rogoff is an art historian and professor of visual cultures at Goldsmiths.
Paul Wood is the author of ‘Between God and the Saucepan’, a study of English art education from the 18th century to the present day, which will be published in the History of British Art in November 2008.Permalink