AAC “Retrospective”: Education as a Experiment.

Sometime between now and June a one day event will be taking place within a space in London (to be disclosed later).

The event will include a selection of lectures, seminars and a common assembly to discuss, pedagogy, art and all things related to education.

The outcome of this day event will be archived in to an exhibition that will tour  as well as a publication.

This is an open call for proposals for either suggestions for discussions or lecture/seminars that you would like to propose. They will happen in conjunction with other events throughout that day.

If you wish to make a proposal please send a description (no longer than 500 words), including: a description of the work; duration; how the works discuss education; form; and if the work proposed has been presented before.

Optional: CV

No Fee.

Email this to: aacretrospective.edu@gmail.com

DEADLINE: 30th March

This is an Experiment, this is an Art project, this is the Alternative Art College.

Isn’t it evident?

An independent commission has been set up to examine the impact of increased tuition fees in England.

A panel led by the writer and Oxford University principal Will Hutton will work closely with the university admissions body Ucas.

It says it will look especially at the effect of higher fees on young people from low and middle income backgrounds.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-16760053

 

In context, isn’t it obvious that an increase in cost will create a negative response?

A metaphor comes to mind that has the words Kicking, whilst and down within it.