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The Bauhaus transformed art schooling in the early twentieth century by embracing the latest reform movements in pedagogy. Over a century later, many art schools are still, unwittingly, recycling its modernist pedagogy. While most art schools doggedly pursue self-knowledge, many have adopted more porous approaches to resourcing and performing artistic learning, supporting interdisciplinarity and mutuality.
Para-academia and the not-for-profit art world have challenged the perennialism of the art school’s normative anti-curriculum and the market fundamentalism of the ‘ruined’ academy. Paragogy - tactics for peer-to-peer learning - equally promises to transform twenty-first century art education. Considering para-academia and paragogy as tertiary art education’s contemporary reform movement, Re-imagining the Art School presents a set of working principles that students and educators can adapt to compose and perform their own curriculum.
Re-imagining the Art School will be of primary interest to readers engaged in contemporary post-secondary art education, where “art education” is broadly conceived as a form of organisational knowledge that is reproduced in many facets of the artworld. The book’s readership extends to educators working in any sphere interested in the organisation of peer-to-peer learning practices.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||145|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Aug 2019|
|Name||Creativity, Education and the Arts|
- contemporary art
- educational turn
- scholarship of teaching and Learning
- discipline based educational Research
- open education
- art school
- art education
- art academy
- DBAE Discipline Based Art Education
- integrated curriculum model
- organisational knowledge
- organisational culture
- open source
- open educational resources
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Mulholland, N., 14 Dec 2021.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Other
Mulholland, N., 30 Nov 2021.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Other › peer-reviewOpen Access
Neil Mulholland (Member)1 Aug 2016 → 1 Aug 2019
Activity: Consultancy types › Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups