Established in New York in January 2006 as a joint venture between e-flux and Artforum, art&education reaches an international network of more than 80,000 visual-art professionals and academics on a daily basis through its website and e-mail list. Its news digest—art&education announcements—distributes information about some of the world’s most important contemporary art exhibitions, publications, and symposia taking place within educational contexts, as well as academic employment positions available in the visual arts.
Our mailing list is assembled in cooperation with several hundred leading international journals, art schools, educational programs, and universities. Our focused and selective approach to the information we choose to distribute has been rewarded by an exceptionally high degree of attention and responsiveness from our readers.
How are the announcements selected?
Our announcements are formatted very similarly to e-flux mailings, but the content puts a stronger emphasis on advertising events that may be of interest to the professional readership interested in art education, symposia, conferences, discursive events, exhibitions taking place within the context of an academic institution, or being held at museums affiliated with academic institutions, etc.
Who uses art&education?
Educational institutions, such as:
The Cooper Union, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA), Columbia University, SFAI, California College of the Arts, RISD, Bergen National Academy of the Arts, Cornell University, Yale School of Art, De Appel, Goethe Institute, Jan van Eyck Academie, Roski School of Fine Arts, Städelschule Frankfurt, Utrecht Schools of the Arts (HKU), Pratt Institute, MIT, Harvard University, Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK), European Graduate School, The New School
Exhibition spaces, such as:
Getty Museum, TATE, Yale Center for British Art, Witte de With, The Kitchen Southbank Center, Guggenheim, Smithsonian Institution, New Museum, MoMA
Publications, such as:
Filip Review, MIT Press, Afterall, Journal for Artistic Research (JAR), Printed Matter, Inc., Badlands Unlimited, BOOKFORUM, Domus, Sternberg Press
Artist residencies, such as:
Banff Centre, NIDA Art Colony (Vilnius Academy of Arts), NODE Center for Curatorial Studies, Gullkistan, The Core Program, SOMA, IASPIS, Whitney ISP, Lebanese Association for Plastic Arts (ashkal alwan), International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)
Who reads art&education?
art&education reaches nearly 80,000 visual art professionals worldwide. The readership is almost exclusively comprised of art professionals: 18% writers/critics, 16% university affiliated, 16% curators, 15% museum affiliated, 12% artists, 10% consultants, 8% administrators, 5% general. Geographically the readers are 47% in Europe, 42% in North America, and 11% other (South America, Australia, Japan, etc.).
What is the waiting period?
Generally reservations should be made 2–4 weeks in advance.
How do institutions reserve announcements with art&education? What are the rates?
For rates and reservations, please contact us. Please note that we do not have a discounted rate for non-profits.
How do I subscribe to the art&education mailing list?
To sign up for our mailing list, please click here.