The Teaching and Learning Exchange are delighted to announce a series of events exploring key issues in art and design teaching and learning in higher education. Each event includes leading speakers sharing current thinking in creative education and is designed to be interactive: delegates will have opportunities to engage in activities to support networking and engagement.
The events will take place once a term and are for anyone in the sector with an interest in learning and teaching in art, design and communication.
Social status: creative uses of social media in higher education
June 3 2016, London College of Fashion, Oxford Circus
This one day symposium focuses on the value of social media for learning within creative arts and design higher education, while also drawing on innovative and effective practices from across the disciplines. More information and booking
Further events will be announced shortly.
Art for All – Diversity and Inclusion in Art and Design Higher Education
November 27 2015, 09:30 to 16:00, Red Room, Chelsea College of Art and Design.
This event explored ways to embed equality and diversity in the art and design HE curriculum and teaching. It will include presentations, workshops and group activity led by leading internal and external speakers.
Risk-taking in creative education
March 21 2016, Central St Martins, Kings Cross
This event explored risk-taking in creative education, asking questions such as: Is there a space for creative students to take risks in their learning at university? How do we understand and experience risk taking within students’ learning and practice? What teaching approaches support (or not) the possibility of ‘positive’ failure?