Friday, 30 April 2010

Conference on the history of art education

Art Schools: Inventions, Invective and Radical Possibilities
Friday 11 June and Saturday 12 June
UCL Chadwick Lecture Theatre

This conference considers the intellectual apparatus and physical
spaces that structure art education today by exploring the history and
legacy of the life room as both physical and intellectual space, and
examining the traditions of looking and approaches to knowledge it
established. Speakers include academics, curators and artists.

Pre-booking essential.
Tickets £25 (£15 concessions)

For booking information and full conference programme, please see

The conference is organised by UCL Art Collections, the Royal Collection
and the University of Brighton in conjunction with Naomi Salaman’s
exhibition 'Looking Back at the Life Room' at the Strang Print Room, UCL.

Dr Emma Chambers
UCL Art Collections
Strang Print Room
University College London
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT

T: +44 (0)20 7679 2821

Exhibition: Looking Back at the Life Room - a project by Naomi Salaman (till 11 June 2010)

Conference: Art Schools: Invention, Invective and Radical Possibilities (11 & 12 June 2010)

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