teaching visual arts in the uk and in france


Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 June 2010

9.45 - 16.00, Monday 14 June (registration from 9.15)

9.30 - 15.00, Tuesday 15 June

Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London - Monday 14 June
The French Institute, London - Tuesday 15 June

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This two day conference, hosted at The Courtauld Institute of Art and The French Institute, London investigated the way visual arts are taught and brought to life in Britain and in France.

Panels, composed of both French and British specialists, discussed contemporary stakes in art history, art education and cultural outreach to schools and higher education. Speakers included school teachers, researchers and university lecturers, as well as artists, gallery educators and cultural leaders from both countries.

Guest speakers included: Dr Christopher Breward, Head of Research, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Ian Middleton, Her Majesty's Inspector and Dr Philippe Bordes, Head of Research, INHA, Paris.

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Practical information

This conference is open to all and free of charge, prior booking necessary.

To book a place on this conference, please email: teachartconf@courtauld.ac.uk

Monday 14th June 2010
9.45 - 16.00
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre

The Courtauld Institute of Art

Somerset House, Strand

London WC2R 0RN

Directions to The Courtauld
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Tuesday 15th June 2010

The French Institute

17 Queensberry Place

London SW7 2DT

Directions to The French Institute
Further information on The French Institute

For further information about Research Forum events, at The Courtauld Institute of Art, click here.

in partnership with the Research Forum, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London

The French Embassy, London

The French Institute, London

and the Haut Conseil de l'éducation artistique et culturelle, Paris

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