Category: Art & Open Learning Course

Edinburgh International Book Festival on Monday 30 August, 11:30 – 12:30, at the New York Times Theatre (in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court). Tickets: Can artists still break the rules, revisiting Strategy Get Arts?   Fiona Bradley (Director of the Fruitmarket Gallery and Honorary Fellow in History of Art) will chair a discussion on […]

Welcome to the MA Contemporary Art Theory programme 2-3pm Tuesday 14th September 2021   Programme Director Prof. Neil Mulholland will meet this year’s new cohort of CATs. Room J.03, North East Studios, Edinburgh College of Art, 74 Lauriston Place (link) Work Planner for Semester One (link) CAT Programme Handbook 2021-22 Contemporary Art Theory (MA) Programme […]

This year’s Art & Open Learning Fair builds upon Georg Hardenberg/Novalis/Joseph Beuys’ 1978 provocation: JEDER MENSCH EIN KÜNSTLER. The Fair is a process that has emerged from the open educational resource (OER) produced by Neil Mulholland, Emma Balkind, Jake Watts and Beth Dynowski. The OER is accessible here via this blog: blogs.ed.ac.uk/artandlearning/courseware-contemporary-art-open-learning/ Monday 23rd November […]

キタ━━━(゜∀゜)━━━!!!!! Contemporary Art & Open Learning is a brand new 20 credit course running as part of the MA Contemporary Art Theory and MFA Contemporary Art Practice programmes in the School of Art, ECA, The University of Edinburgh. The Course Organiser and designer is Prof Neil Mulholland. The teaching team includes Dr Jake Watts and […]

Alchemy Film & Arts Curator Rachael Disbury is our Annual Alumnus in Residency in the School of Art, ECA. www.alchemyfilmfestival.org.uk Rachael was a Contemporary Art Theory postgraduate student in ECA 2013-15. The MA Contemporary Art Theory and MA Contemporary Art Practice Programmes have invited Rachael to return to ECA to research a project of her […]

www.squeezeit2020.co.uk The MA Contemporary Art Theory is a post-studio graduate programme that supports the practices of artists and contemporary art professionals. Students from the MA Contemporary Art Theory programme at Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh have curated a collection of resources and activities focusing on navigating the inconsistencies found in translating from one language to […]

MA CAT will incorporate our new course Art + Anthropology (20 Credits) programmed by Atelier: Making Research Material. This experimental course explores and develops the convergence of the anthropological turn in contemporary art practices with the visual, material and practice turns in social anthropology with the aim of fostering a new art+anthropology interdiscipline. The course […]

John Baldessari – Class Assignments (optional), 1970 fourteen disparate assignments, Cal Arts Post Studio Art class 1970. The MA CAT is a post-studio programme. Art education is still predicated on the assumption that the ‘studio’ is the normative site of learning. Post Studio art (Baldessari 1970-) challenged this assumption. The studio is a relatively new invention […]

Basic Mountain, Hill St, Edinburgh https://www.flickr.com/photos/neilmulholland/shares/75N813 This workshop will last 4 hours with a 1 hour break in the middle. Please wear comfortable warm clothing and bring a smartphone to record and listen and something to write on (phone, laptop, notebook) as you will be given a short transcribing task. A few days before this […]

  Posted on June 2, 2013 by Neil Mulholland “A Preparation For Things To Come” A publication produced for FAIR at Tablot Rice  23-25 May 2013  

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