'Artist as Public Performer: Implications For Curriculum Design'
- Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
- 7 July 2008 14:00-17:00
Both with the gallery setting and beyond, artists are negotiating new ways to engage with the public. This symposium aims to examine certain practices and consider the changing possibilities and potential opportunities for the graduate artist. Discussion will be encouraged around the implications of this for curriculum design at BA level, particularly in relation to professional practice.
This event will be relevant to practising artists, fine art lecturers, primary/secondary art teachers, arts advisors for schools, curators, gallery education teams, postgraduate and research students, arts administrators, arts funding agencies and organisations supporting artists' professional and creative development.
A regional one day seminar funded by NAFAE (National Association of Fine Art Education) and hosted jointly by the Ikon Gallery and Coventry University Fine Art Dept. This event is free, for further details and to register please contact-
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