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Essay: What Happened to Art Education?

Introduction Since its beginning, and until very recently, 301 Moved Permanently Fine Art education has been evolutionary. Received wisdom that the modus operandi of teaching

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art were static until being gradually upset in the decades after 1945 is an exaggeration. The objective to
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produce basic competence in practical skills in painting and sculpture was indeed a constant 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


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intelligence survives, argues Eric Coombes In 1941, Augustus John contributed A Note on Drawing (from which I quoted a few words in the previous issue) to a book edited by Lillian Browse, containing reproductions of 301 Moved Permanently his own drawings. John records his sense of good fortune in having been

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a student at […]

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Editorial – November 2016

Art Education is Stuck Two years ago someone

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suggested I answer the question ‘What 301 Moved Permanently Happened to Art Education?’. This appealed slightly because it was a subject about which I thought I ought to know more than was the case. Something is
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clearly awry when so many complaints are aired about the poverty 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 301 Moved Permanently last year, when a group of friends devoted to the

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preservation of his memory sent me some of his pictures, neither had I. The work hit me immediately as authentic, born of
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intimate feeling for its subject. Most affecting were powerful graphite and […]