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This event is organised by Q-Art in Collaboration with the Foundation Art and Design Course at Swansea College of Art at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in partnership with Mission Gallery. Inspired by Beck and Cornford’s book The Art School and The Culture Shed, it invites people from across the sector (school, FE, HE, arts council, arts organisations) to discuss the theme of location and art education.
Key Questions might include:
What relationship does the art school have to its local community, schools, and arts scene?
David Alston (Arts Director, Arts Council Wales), Dr Ian Walsh (Dean, Swansea College of Art), Bella Kerr (course leader Foundation ScoA), Catrin Webster (BA Fine Art course leader ScoA), Amanda Roderick (Director, Mission Gallery), David Hooper and Mari Bradbury (Welsh Joint Education Committee), Sophie Hadaway (Raising the Bar), Swansea Foundation Alumni, Matthew Cornford (Head of Critical Fine Art practice BA Brighton and author Art School Culture Shed), Kieren Reed (Undergraduate coordinator Slade School of Art), Christian Lloyd (Curriculum Leader BA Visual Communications Open College of the Arts), Michelle Letowska (Lecturer BA Fine Art Lews Castle College/University of the Highlands & Islands), Dereck Harris (Head of Painting at Wimbledon College of Art), and Dr. Stephen Felmingham (Programme Leader: BA Painting, Drawing & Printmaking, Plymouth College of Art)
Price & Booking Details:
£22.50 (includes entry to the event as well as lunch/refreshments, a Q-Art book of your choice, and 10% off of Q-Art’s next publication)
£10 UWTSD Staff: This is a concessionary ticket for UWTSD staff. Price includes lunch.
Full Concessions: We are committed to making our events accessible. If you would like to come to this event but feel that price is a barrier, you can book a full concessions ticket. We have a limited number of sponsored places and will be in touch to confirm your booking.
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