NAFAE offers a forum for the concerns and interests of Fine Art educators to be disseminated and heard.
As universities and FE institutions face the challenges of a significant reduction in government funding, together with rising tuition fees, the need to represent the collective voice of the sector is as crucial as it has ever been.
March 31st 2014, 9.30 – 4.30pm
The Swedenborg Society, Bloomsbury, London.
This one day event offers a forum in which to discuss current key issues in Fine Art Education, and a chance to reflect upon the nature of the BA Hons Fine Art award and how it has altered since it’s introduction over 40 years ago.
The schedule includes an opening address by the Chair of NAFAE Professor Paul Haywood, the presentation of peer reviewed papers and open discussion sessions. A special guest edited volume of the Journal of Visual Arts Practice [JVAP] focusing on issues of teaching and learning will be aligned to this event and papers selected for presentation will be considered for inclusion in that volume.
PARADOX: Granada September 2013
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.
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.
NAFAE TVIs Fine Art Education Valuable?
NEU/NOW 2013 – Call for nominations
The European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA) announces the fifth NEU/NOW Festival, Nantes
29 October - 3 November 2013
Deadline for nominations:
1 May 2013
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.