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“Genuine collaboration is harder than the rhetoric suggests”


The invitation to attend Collaborative Acts at MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, gives Dany Louise the opportunity to reflect on both the practice and nature of collaboration.   Organised by CVAN South East with CVAN East, Collaborative Acts intended to bring artists and curators together from across the East and South East regions of England, to  Continue Reading »

We Are Curious / art and education for life


With art struggling for its place in the National Curriculum, KAREN ESLEA, Head of Learning at the Turner Contemporary, argues that art practice provides dynamic tools not just for thinking, but for “dwelling in the common world”.   What place should the arts have in a contemporary curriculum?   “In an enquiry, it is almost  Continue Reading »