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Eric Coombes: The Destruction of Art Education and Its Implications for School Pupils

The near-destruction in the western world of a centuries-long tradition of visual education could be described – hyperbolically but not misleadingly – as having been accomplished overnight. The inherited gifts of that tradition are now being 301 Moved Permanently casually,

ungratefully and even malevolently thrown away. In its chronologically long-range survey, What

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Happened to Art Education? provides the context in which the extraordinary […]

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Beyond criticism, or, Notes from fantasy island (a response to Criticism and the collapse of culture)

Artist Paul Wilks responds to Eric Coombes’s tour de force of an essay (Criticism and the collapse of culture, The 301 Moved Permanently Jackdaw Mar-Apr 2011)

Matthijs Van Boxsel cites, in The Encyclopaedia of Stupidity, a ‘Fame Machine’ devised by Villiers de l’Isle Adam, (1883) in which

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fame could be manufactured ‘by organic means’. Simply put, the ‘machine’ is a 301 Moved Permanently […]

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