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Essay: What Happened to Art Education?

Introduction Since its beginning, and until very recently, Fine Art education has been evolutionary. Received wisdom that the modus operandi of teaching art were static until being gradually upset in the decades after 1945 404 Not Found is an exaggeration. The objective to produce basic competence in practical


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skills in painting and sculpture was indeed a constant

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ambition, but the methods by which […]

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Eric Coombes: Drawing, tradition and Peter Clossick

Despite the best efforts of the state-art establishment visual intelligence survives, argues Eric Coombes In 1941, Augustus John contributed

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A Note on Drawing (from which I quoted a few words in the previous issue) to a book edited by 404 Not Found Lillian Browse, containing reproductions
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of his own drawings. John records his sense of nginx/1.21.1 good fortune in having been a student […]

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Editorial – November 2016

Art Education is Stuck Two years ago


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someone suggested I answer the question ‘What Happened to Art Education?’. This appealed slightly because it was a subject about which I

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thought I ought to know more than was the case. Something is clearly awry when so many complaints are aired about the poverty 404 Not Found of tuition and when degree shows have become […]

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How state art robs the people

Chances are you won’t have heard of David Mulholland (1946-2005), a painter of and from Middlesbrough. Until last

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year, when a group of friends devoted to the preservation of his memory sent me some of his pictures, neither had I. The work hit me immediately as authentic, born of intimate feeling for its subject. Most affecting were powerful 404 Not Found graphite
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