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January 12, 2021

Warm wishes for 2021

Art & Education

WHW Akademija with Banu Cennetoğlu during the “118 words between citizen and conscious” intensive, February 2020. Photo: Damir Žižić.

Dear friends,

It was our pleasure to share with you the ongoing discourse of art education during a particularly challenging year for our field. In 2020, we launched our new website and Instagram and expanded our services to include Exhibitions, a platform for featuring graduate student work and curated exhibitions from the world’s leading art schools. We also continued our singular work publishing critical perspectives on art education and fostering new dialogues in our School Watch and Classroom series.

We thank you for your continued support and look forward to advancing these discussions in 2021 with programming from around the world.

As always, you can reach us at mail [​at​] artandeducation.net, and to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the field, please follow Art & Education on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

With great enthusiasm, hope, and support, we wish you a happy new year! May 2021 be a healing and invigorating year for the arts.

We leave you with some of 2020’s editorial highlights, celebrating creativity and innovations in arts academia.

Warmly,
Art & Education


Exhibitions
Life, Love, Justice—Graduation Exhibition from Art Institute, FHNW Academy of Art and Design in Basel; Logics of Non-Exchange: Parsons MFA Fine Arts Thesis Preview from Parsons School of Design at The New School; and the First-Year MFA and MFA Thesis Exhibitions from Columbia University School of the Arts.

School Watch
WHW Akademija: Learning at the Threshold of Another World, by Ivana Bago; New Movements: Wandering Seminar, Campus Protest, and the Institute of the Arts and Sciences at UCSC, by Brian Karl; and Representing the Real: RAW Académie 7: "Images for our time," by Renée Akitelek Mboya.

Classroom
Recasting Water Worlds, by Margarida Mendes; Care, Caring, and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism, from Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art; Hold Me Now — Feel and Touch in an Unreal World, from Studium Generale Rietveld Academie; and Imaging Dissent: Towards Becoming a Common Subject, by Werker Collective.

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