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Monday 14 June - The Courtauld Institute of Art


SESSION 1: General overview of visual arts education in both French and British contexts


John Steers (National Society for Education in Art & Design), Arts Education in Britain since the 18th Century

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François-René Martin (École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts), Arts Education in France since the 18th Century


Cécile Doustaly (CICC, Civilisations et identités culturelles comparées des sociétés européennes et occidentales, Université de Cergy-Pontoise), Growing Similarities in Cultural and Educational Contexts

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SESSION 2: How Best To Teach Visual Arts? – Chair: Marie Muracciole (independent art critic, formerly from Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume)


• At university level:
Philippe Bordes (INHA, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art), Visual Studies and the French Academic Tradition


Christopher Breward (Victoria & Albert Museum), Visual Studies and British Tradition


Andrew Dewdney (London South Bank University), Which subjects Are Still Neglected or Disregarded?

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• In schools:
Henri De Rohan Csermak (Ministère de l’Education Nationale), The current practice of visual arts in schools - what should “Arts Histories” cover in the French Curriculum?

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Ian Middleton (Her Majesty’s Inspector), Drawing together: art, craft and design in schools in England


Richard Plummer (Tiffin School) The Balance Between Practice and Theory, The Example of Applied Arts


Irene Baldriga (ANISA – Associazione Nazionale Insegnanti di Storia dell’Arte
Roma), Beyond pure-visuality. Critical approach, cultural heritage and the issue of competences in Italian art history teaching.

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SESSION 3: Gallery Education: A Major Partner For Schools – Chair: Philippe Bordes (INHA, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art)

Sophie Orlando (CIRHAC, Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Legitimacy of Gallery Education in Britain

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Marie Muracciole (independent art critic, formerly from Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume), Between utopias and marketing plans, the ambiguous situations of education inside the Museum : experimental cooperations between art institutions and the educational world


Andrew Dewdney (London South Bank University), Tate Encounters

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Henrietta Hine (The Courtauld Institute of Art), Public Programmes at The Courtauld Institute of Art

Engaging young people by Henrietta Hine, click here for link to Animating Art History project


Clive Gray (De Montfort University), Pressure upon Museums Regarding Education Matters?

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Céline Kopp (Ecole du Louvre; Royal College of Art), Relationship Between Curators and Art Historians


Christopher Barnett (Whitgift school), School and Curating: “The Hidden Treasures of the Mary Rose”


 


tuesday 15 June - The french institute

 

SESSION 1: Visual Arts and Cross Curricular Approaches to Education – Chair: Clive Gray (De Montfort University)



Régis Malet (Université Lille III), Dissimilar Educational Cultures: Corporatism. Cross Curricular Teaching and Partnerships. Why is Cooperation so Important?


• How best to implement partnerships and cross curricular teaching?
John Steers (National Society for Education in Art & Design), Cross Curricular Dimension in the National Curriculum
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Henri De Rohan Csermak (Ministère de l’Education Nationale), Making “Arts Histories” a compulsory subject in the French curriculum

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• Examples of cross curricular programmes in schools and museum education
Alice Odin (The Courtauld Institute of Art) and Jean-Philippe Bottin (Institut Français), The Courtauld Institute’s “Regarde!” and “Le Français par les peintres”

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Dinah Kelly (Freelance Artist and Gallery Educator) “Maths and Islamic Art”

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Gabriel Vacher (NewVic College), “Schemes of Work” in NewVic College

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sESSION 2: Training Visual Arts Teachers in France And Britain – Chair: John Steers (National Society for Education in Art & Design)


Alain Kerlan (Université Lyon II) and Lesley Butterworth (National Society for Education in Art & Design) – Comparing Initial and Continuing Training in Both Countries and
Training Teachers for Partnerships (with Galleries, artists…)
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Penny Jones (engage - Watch this Space) – Introducing teachers to contemporary art in galleries

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SESSION 3: Training Artists and Designers in France and Britain – Chair: Anne Béchard Léauté (Université of Saint Etienne)


Anne Béchard Léauté (Université of Saint Etienne) and Charlie Arnold (Design Curator) –
The 10ºN/10ºS project

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Many thanks to Katie Faulkner and Juliet Brown for their assistance in editing, formatting and publishing these conference papers.

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