21.6 On Radical Education



Issue editors: Ric Allsopp and Michael Hiltbrunner

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What is happening to art school and arts education? The twentieth century saw a series of radical shifts in approaches to arts education and research that responded to a growing sense of crisis both in the purpose of art and design, performing arts education and, more broadly, the role of the arts in society. In the twenty-first century what has changed in approaches to radical, innovative arts education and research and what might such education and research look like for the future? Focusing on experimental forerunners as well as recent radical approaches to arts education today, the issue opens perspectives on future possibilities and directions for arts education.The issue includes contributions from Europe, the Americas and Asia on radical histories, politics and theories, new schools and initiatives, pedagogies and poetics of arts education.



Ric Allsopp, Michael Hiltbrunner

Writing Letters

Hayley NewmanAllan Kaprow’s Radical Pedagogy

A School Made of Acts : The School of Valparaiso and the Open City of Amereida, Chile

Oscar Andrade Castro, Jaime Reyes Gilpp

Staging Professionalization : Lecture-performances and para-institutional pedagogies, from the postwar to the present

Mashinka Firuntspp.

Doris Stauffer’s Hexenkurs [Witches Course] : Feminist role-playing in the late 1970s

Mara Züst, Simone Kollerpp

The Educational Turn in Art : Rewriting the hidden curriculum

Janna Graham, Valeria Graziano, Susan Kellypp

Politics Practice Pedagogy Art

Rob Gawthroppp

Trans-forming Higher Education : Towards posthumanist strategies of teaching and learning

Annouchka C. Bayleypp

Opening Interstitial Distances in the Neoliberal University and Art School

Emma Mahonypp

A Politics of Knowledge in Contemporary Art?

Tom Holertpp

Reflections from a Matt Surface : On fine arts education in Turkey

Kutlu Gürellipp

Moving from an Artist-led Practice into Self-emerging Educational Approaches

Carla Fernandes, Stephan Jürgenspp

Play, Process, and the Unknown : Towards an embodiment of thought at The School of Making Thinking

Michelle Bentsman, Aaron Finbloom, Mollie McKinley, Sophie Traub, Sophie Traubppt

Viral Institute of Performance Architecture

Aliki Kylika, Kyveli Anastasiadipp

Launching the Poetry of My Body with the Tootsies of my Brain (Thoughts about a new MFA concept)

Wolfgang Mayer, Cristina Gómez Barriopp

Growing Together : Emancipatory lessons from North Korean defectors’ art education in South Korea

Shin Eun Kyoungppt

other classrooms

Chantal Küng, Lukas Kreuzerpp

How Do You Write a Risk Assessment for Lips of Thomas?

Matthew Cornfordpp

Rethinking Privacy : Contemporary practices of student documentation and distribution

Robin Deaconpp

(Self-)Confrontation : Making a pleonasm out of art school

Vojtech Novák, Andrew Jan Haunerpp

Thinking towards a Queer Art Education through Collective Practices in Performance

Bernadett Settelepp

Stirred Fluids, Bodies Unshaken

Enrico Dau Yang Weypp

Remaking Memory: Autoethnography, memoir and the ethics of self (review)

Hilary Elliott

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