Resources of Hope: Facing the future of learning and teaching in HE Art and Design
- Ellen Terry Building, Coventry University
- 12 April 2011 10:00-16:30
Group for Learning in Art and Design Symposium
The GLAD symposium will discuss the pedagogy of art and design against the new conditions of a market-driven sector in which teaching and learning practices will also confront notions of value, cost and price.
Confirmed speakers include:
National Teaching Fellows Dr Alison Shreeve and Terry Finnigan, Sally Taylor Director of the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange, Steve Harvey Managing Director, FoundationCampus, Cambridge Education Group and Dr Alison Prendiville, Deputy Director of Centre for Competitive Creative Design, C4D.
Working more routinely in partnerships and in new configurations of practice;
Working with business models within HE art and design and what this means for our practice;
Resilience – the way academics, leaders and managers will learn to respond to the new environment;
How we sustain our commitment to innovation, diversity and widening participation.
10.00 Registration and coffee10.30 Welcome and Introduction
Professor John Last, GLAD Chair
10.45 National Teaching Fellows
Professor Linda Drew - Chair
Dr Alison Shreeve, Buckinghamshire New University
Terry Finnigan, London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London
11.30 NTF Resources group activity
5 Discussion Groups
13.30 Outside the comfort zone: collaboration with other sectors
(Private Sector, Arts Organisations, Cultural Industries)
Dr Roni Brown - Chair
Steve Harvey, FoundatioCampus CEG
Sally Taylor, London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange (LCACE)
Dr Alison Prendiville, Centre for Competitive Creative Design, C4D
14.30 Collaborative resources group activity
5 Discussion Groups
16.00 End Notes
Professor Allan Walker, Glasgow School of Art
Registration has now closed.
The symposium will be in the Ellen Terry Building, Coventry University (number 7 on the map).
If you have any questions about the conference venue, please contact: Barbara Smith, email: firstname.lastname@example.org