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Matthews, Miranda – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Responding to conditions of lockdown and social distancing since March 2020, the Centre for Arts and Learning (CAL) at Goldsmiths is researching how arts practice and creative processes can sustain an affective presence in digital learning environments. In this article I discuss our research into how artist educators and students have adapted to…
Descriptors: Art Education, Foreign Countries, Universities, Electronic Learning
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Ellis, Phillipa; King, Heather – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Museums and galleries have long welcomed, and long valued, visiting family groups, and many offer 'family workshops'. In practice, most workshops are primarily directed at children, and accompanying adults are left to observe. However, we suggest that in actively observing and also pitching in, adults too are engaged in learning. Using the…
Descriptors: Museums, Arts Centers, Workshops, Family Programs
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Hope, Alice – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2018
Literature that addresses young children's learning in galleries and museums typically concentrates on what is already offered and discusses what has proven to be effective, or not, in accommodating their needs. This article offers insight into how objects can be explored with early years children at school, to create greater understanding of…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Museums, Case Studies, Role Playing
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Adams, Jeff; Hyde, Wendy – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2018
This article is concerned with design applied to gardens, using examples from the Chelsea Flower Show in London. There is a discussion of those show gardens that represented Syrian refugees' gardens in Iraq and the Windrush generation immigration to the UK. The garden designs combine the aesthetics of organic materials and spatial architecture…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Art Education, Foreign Countries, Gardening
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Robins, Claire – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2016
This article draws on recent research from the Pre-Degree Summative Assessment in Art Design and Media Study, conducted at UCL Institute of Education, which found that pre-degree art and design qualifications at levels 3 and 4 vary greatly in their appropriateness as a preparation for degree level study in art subjects. Central to the article are…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Art Education, Design, Student Evaluation
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Sayers, Esther – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2014
The data presented in this article explores the effect on pedagogy when inclusion initiatives are bound up with learning objectives. It explores the generation of critical thinking skills in learning programmes at Tate Modern. Effective art education empowers young people to take a critical stance and in gallery education a decision has to be…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Museums, Teaching Methods, Educational Objectives
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Howarth, Lucy – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2014
In the wake of the recent demolition of the 1965 Chelsea School of Art building on Manresa Road in London, this article seeks to explore the relationship between art school architecture and art school pedagogy. Research on art school buildings, both national and international, and British art school education of the 1960s, is brought to bear, on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art Education, School Buildings, Architecture
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Watts, Robert – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2011
"Learning through art in the museum" is a Masters' level module established in 2006 through collaboration between the School of Education at Roehampton University, London and Interpretation and Education staff at Tate Britain and Tate Modern. On completion of the module, participants were asked to reflect on how the experience had…
Descriptors: Art Education, Museums, Graduate Study, Art
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Sayers, Esther – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2011
Within an emerging philosophy of contemporary gallery education, new pedagogies are required to meet the demands of looking at art, with increasingly varied constituent groups. Strategies that aim to empower young learners come from an ideological framework in which knowledge is negotiated and local significances are produced conversationally by…
Descriptors: Arts Centers, Art Education, Youth Programs, Nonschool Educational Programs
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Williamson, Beth – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2009
Anton Ehrenzweig's work training art teachers at Goldsmiths College in London was groundbreaking in its field. The work of the studio fed back into Ehrenzweig's writings through his reflections on teaching and the work produced in end of year shows. In "The Hidden Order of Art" (1967), he theorised the creative process in psychoanalytic…
Descriptors: Art Teachers, Psychotherapy, Teacher Educators, Foreign Countries
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Sagan, Olivia – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2009
This article describes an ongoing research project at the University of the Arts, London, which investigates the learning and creativity of a group of students with mental health difficulties. It discusses emerging findings on one theme, that of motivation. Employing a longitudinal biographic narrative methodology, this research, now entering its…
Descriptors: Learning, Creativity, Mental Health, Artists
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Sprake, Juliet; Thomas, Helen – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2007
Museums and buildings are both considered immutable by the majority of people who use them. A small team from Goldsmiths College, the V&A + RIBA Architecture Partnership and Pimlico School set out to challenge this preconception. The Victoria & Albert museum was taken as a case study to investigate how buildings are a physical…
Descriptors: Museums, Physical Environment, Buildings, Change
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Burgess, Lesley; Addison, Nicholas – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2007
This article examines the findings of the London Cluster research, "Critical Minds", in which the Institute of Education, University of London (IoE) worked in collaboration with Whitechapel Chapel Art Gallery (the lead London gallery), Bow Arts, Chisenhale Gallery and Space-The Triangle, and four east London comprehensive schools. By…
Descriptors: Arts Centers, Art Education, Secondary School Students, Educational Cooperation
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Dash, Paul – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2007
This article looks at the concept of Black History Month and its implications for teaching and learning in art and design education. It argues that the concept of Black History Month should be discarded because it tends to promote a separatist notion of culture and that it deflects from an understanding of culture as a plural and intermeshing…
Descriptors: Young Adults, History Instruction, Curriculum Development, Art Education