Published in conjunction with an ongoing research project initiated in 2001 by The Laboratory at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at the University of Oxford and the New York Academy of Art. The project aims to examine some of the issues surrounding fine art education in Britain and the United States. This publication provides a synopsis of the findings from the first phase of the project which focuses on the British perspective.

Foreword by Paul Bonaventura and Stephen Farthling. With appendices including the project questionnaire and information on the project contributors and advisory group.
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Onsite

Location code REF.BOP3
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

96

ISBN / ISSN

0953852539

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
A Curriculum for Artists - Susan BRIND
Think Locally, Act Globally - Alain AYERS
Art Is Not a Career - Louisa BUCK
Being on the Receiving End - Lucy CHADWICK
Future Academy: Researching New Formats - Clementine DELISS
Fragments Towards (a Curriculum for) Artists - Dan FOX
To Art and Through Art - Christopher FRAYLING
Qualified Survivors - Richard GRAYSON
Homogeneity, Specialisation and Modularisation in Higher Arts Education - Klaus JUNG
A Fish Out of Water - Janna LEVIN
Lifting the Lid on Art Education - Antonia PAYNE
Fine Art Education: A Personal View - Robert READ
ART SCHOOL IS DEAD/LONG LIVE ART SCHOOL - Ross SINCLAIR
Curriculum Models and Life Choices: Some Issues for Art Students - Nick STANLEY
I Cannot Speak with Authority - David THORP
'The Best Art Schools Are the Worst' - Roger WILSON
A Curriculum for Artists
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