2013 MEd Artist Teacher Exhibition

2013 MEd Artist Teacher Exhibition

2013 MEd Artist Teacher Exhibition will go live this Friday through the GoMA website

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November 28, 2013 · 3:49 pm

All set for our SERA symposium on Walking, Drawing and Extending Sites for Learning

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TIM INGOLD ON THE FUTURE OF ACADEMIC PUBLISHING

Thanks to Anne Pirrie for this – Tim Ingold believes ‘that much academic writing has become soulless and devoid of passion and feeling, and that is very sad.’
Here he explains his case: http://allegralaboratory.net/interview-tim-ingold-on-the-future-of-academic-publishing/

 

 

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November 13, 2013 · 8:10 pm

Thinking Dangerously in Teacher Education

Prof Tim Ingold’s keynote at the Thinking Dangerously in Teacher Education Conference at UWS, June 2013

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October 17, 2013 · 12:39 pm

UWS ARTIST TEACHER SEMINAR: Developing visual literacy through participatory photography AND the fine line in between inspiration and illegal plagiarism in the visual arts

Speakers include:

Matthew Sowerby (Scotland) Artist & Lecturer on developing visual literacy through participatory photography

Karin Ström Lehander (Sweden) Artist, Lawyer & Lecturer on the fine line between inspiration and illegal plagiarism in the visual artsARTIST TEACHER SEMINAR

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Enrolment opens for the UWS Artist Teacher Master of Education Programme

Enrolment will finally open on Monday 9 September for the Artist Teacher Programme – please get in touch with enrol@uws.ac.uk if you are having difficulties enrolling or let me know.

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Artist Teacher Seminar SATURDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER 2013 | Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

Confirmed invited speakers include:

Matthew Sowerby (Scotland) Artist & Lecturer

On Photography is the key to Visual Literacy

Karin Ström Lehander (Sweden) Artist, Lawyer & Lecturer

On the Visual Arts and Intellectual Property

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Sharon’s ‘Pub Method’, Snack Writing and avoiding the Frankenfish (or Towards Academic Publication)

some excellent thoughts on writing for publication from Tactile Academia

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Today’s Writing in Creative Practice workshop led by Nancy de Freitas was a masterclass in how to combine a lot of information with plenty of discussion and trying out, while still fostering a relaxing atmosphere. Honestly, the only person running around like mad and a bit frazzled was myself (but then I had to worry about the caterers – not that they didn’t do a fantastic job again!).

The idea was to this time focus on our own writing rather than our students’, and specifically on that mysterious beast: writing for publication.

People were so eager to get started that everybody was present fairly soon after we opened registration (i.e. when the coffee had arrived), so we for once had the time to go around the room and introduce ourselves and talk a little about why we were there.

Nancy then started us off with an introductory lecture that very…

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Thinking Dangerously in Teacher Education: Walking, Drawing and Extending Sites for Learning

What do you think Prof Tim Ingold was describing here? He was our keynote at the Thinking Dangerously in Teacher Education seminar at UWS on Tuesday 18th June 2013. Only those who could not attend this packed out event need respond.ImageImage

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Room 13 @ the Scottish Parliament

Room 13 @ the Scottish Parliament

Looking forward to attending the Scottish Parliament tomorrow in support of our colleagues in Room 13 who are there to argue Creativity = Capital

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April 22, 2013 · 8:40 pm