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February 9, 2018

Sydney Theatre Company’s School Drama Programme:


See the video of the work undertaken in the Schools Drama Programme

Read Chapter 10 of 'Art, Artists and Pedagogy' (Edited by Naughton,...

February 9, 2018

Sydney Theatre Company Schools Drama Programme: https://www.sydneytheatre.com.au/community/education/teacher-learning/school-drama-hub

The potential of drama to bring about a critical pedagogy, forms the basis of Chapter 10 of Art, Artists and Pedagogy. Robyn Ewing and...

January 28, 2018

Image from TOA16: "Design and Violence" with Paola Antonelli (Senior Curator, MoMA)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK6lIO3KiPg

Fascinating lecture by Paola Antonelli on art within the 'Anthropocene'.

January 28, 2018

Image from Paola Antonelli: Treating design as art http://www.ted.com

The ‘Anthropocene’— can be described as an era that we are currently experiencing, much as any other geological era such as the Pleistocene or Calabrian. This period is however not characterised...

January 15, 2018


                 Detail from cover of Water in a Dryland - Somerville (2013)

In chapter eight of Art, Artists and Pedagogy David R. Cole and Margaret Somerville, consider parallels...

December 18, 2017

Associate Professor David Cole and Professor Gert Biesta announcing Art, Artists and Pedagogy at the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) conference in December 2017. 

(To order Art, Artists and Philosophy go to Art, Artists and Pedagogy – use...

December 16, 2017

Dancing before you know it, or before being conscious of the dance is the subject of Chapter Seven of Art, Artists and Pedagogy. Nico de Vos, ascribes Merleau Ponty (1908-1961) as the first philosopher to see the body in relation to a pre-reflective level of consciousn...

December 9, 2017


December 9, 2017

A pedagogy of improvisation becomes the theme in Chapter Six of Art, Artists and Pedagogy where David Lines writes on jazz improvisation. Citing his own experience in playing jazz, Lines, with reference to A Thousand Plateaus (1987) by Deleuze and Guattari, discusses t...

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