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150 Years of Art Education in Gothenburg

Konferensbidrag (offentliggjort, men ej förlagsutgivet)
Författare Kjell Caminha
Publicerad i Presented at the panel 'On the questions facing art education today', as part of 150 YEARS OF ART EDUCATION IN GOTHENBURG conference. 2-3 October
Publiceringsår 2015
Publicerad vid Akademin Valand
Språk en
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Ämnesord art education, production, artistic practice, artistic research
Ämneskategorier Konst

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The conference will explore the potentials and conditions of contemporary art education with particular focus on the role of art, and of artists, in generating and sustaining critical practices in an expanded field of education. A key question presented to participants is that of the role of artists, and of works of art, in the education of artists and in education more broadly conceived. If once we could take it as a given that the education of artists would be led by artists, and led by the singularity of the encounter with artistic practices and works, we see that this position is increasingly. At the same moment we encounter, in the debates among critical arts educators, a revisiting of foundational moments in the development of the art academy and of contemporary art's different pedagogical heritages. This conference will draw upon the longstanding tradition of experimentation in artist-led education, independent artistic practice and artist-led culture in Gothenburg in order to engage international networks of artists, educators, critics and curators to discuss the key problems and contests that define contemporary art education, its recent histories and its possible futures. At a time when the global discussion of critical educational practice is overshadowed by the hegemony of neoliberal assaults on public culture, the conference seeks to inform the future development of artistic experimentation as educational praxis, within wider webs of interaction and dialogue with other societal actors, and with respect to the contested domains of 'public' culture. Drawing upon the unique cross-interaction of artistic practices at the Academy, we seek also to consider the commonalities and differences across artistic education in the different traditions of fine art, film, photography and literary composition. Confirmed speakers include: Dave Beech (UK/SE), Maj Hasager (SE), David Larsson, Steven Madoff (US), Per Nilsson (SE), Daniel Peltz (US), Katya Sander (GE/DK), Rod Stoneman (IRE), Sissi Westerberg (SE) and Mick Wilson (IRE/SE)

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