March 27th 2015, 9am to 5.30pm
London Metropolitan University, Central London
FREE TO MEMBERS
"Correlating Theory and Practice in Fine Art Research" is a symposium and forum supported by students and supervisors. This event was initiated by students based in Fine Art departments at; the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea, the University of Wolverhampton, Coventry University and London Metropolitan University.
All abstracts have been peer reviewed under the guidance of a small team of senior researchers at the core of the NAFAE Research Network Group.
Education secretary Nicky Morgan has warned young people that choosing to study arts subjects at school could "hold them back for the rest of their lives".
The art critic Ruskin referred to the balance of art education as representing heart, head and hand. That might be referred to as attitude, aptitude and application in less emotive or poetic language. At the core of this sentiment is the idea that a person is seeking to grow and become effective in the world.
A response from Paul Haywood, NAFAE Chair.
The Hidden Curriculum:
Annual Symposium for Fine Art Educators, London 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 27 MARCH
ABSTRACTS ARE INVITED FOR PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS AND PAPERS
This one day event offers a forum in which to discuss the nature of the Fine Art curriculum, and to reflect upon how it has changed – or not, since it’s introduction in the 1970s.
Crawford College of Art & Design
Cork Institute of Technology invites applications for the position of Head of College at CIT Crawford College of Art & Design (CIT CCAD) in a permanent whole-time capacity.
Deadline 21 November 2014
AA2A Placements 2014-2015
90 placements on offer, giving artists and designer makers the opportunity to undertake a period of research or realise a project using art college facilities. AA2A schemes aim to benefit students and institutions through their interaction with practising artists.
External Examiner Information
External Examining is an important role in ensuring consistency of provision and awards and accuracy of marking in relation to national standards and benchmarks.
Please submit your own details and encourage colleagues to do the same.
NAFAE TVIs Fine Art Education Valuable?
The Shame of the English Baccalaureate
An increasingly vocal constituency drawn from education, the cultural professions and specifically the arts have been adding almost daily to the literature and debate surrounding the government’s discredited plan to establish the English Baccalaureate.
Free to Create
NAFAE is keen to promote the views of all of those involved in Fine Art Education concerning the real value and benefit of Fine Art and Fine Art education in response to the hike in student fees, cuts to Arts and Humanities grants and subsidies and the knock on effect of course closures.