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FAST45 #3 Public Lecture Shift/Work: A Paragogics for Open Artistic Learning

Futures Art School Trends 2045 Introduction In 2045 the world as we know it will look very different. Although we cannot predict the future, we can shape it. FAST45 (Futures Art School Trends 2045) recognises the potential of the creativity…

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Re-imagining the Art School | Glasgow School of Art

  Flourish: Johnny Rodger & Irene McAra McWilliams Memory, Will and Understanding II present: Re-imagining the Art School Professor Neil Mulholland (The University of Edinburgh) www.neilmulholland.co.uk shift-work.org.uk Thursday 24th January 2019 5.30-7pm Bourdon Lecture Theatre Glasgow School of Art https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reimagining-the-art-school-prof-neil-mulholland-tickets-55017781666 Re-imagining the Art School assesses the organisational…

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„DER FACHIDIOT?” The Paratechnic in the Monotechnic

„DER FACHIDIOT?” : The Paratechnic in the Monotechnic 13:30 Provocation Paper for CHEAD, ‘Agents of Change: Art School & Universities’ http://chead.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/CHEAD-Annual-Conference-2016-programme.pdf   Since the early ’60s, increasingly integrated paratechnical curricula have been (begrudgingly) hosted by monotechnical art and design schools. I outline the…

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