For this series on alternative pedagogy I have been thinking about the role of intuition in learning – something that is undervalued or invisible when considering education.
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Continuing our feature on Art and Feminism, Jordan Sarti considers Kate Durbin’s online performances, the work of being watched and economies of the body.
We will go to school. We will not pay. Cassie Thornton addresses debt, education and going to school as a political statement.
In the latest Futures, Christopher Lee Kennedy proposes a personal Institute of Permanent Creation as an alternative to traditional art education.
The crisis of higher education is not unique to the arts, or even to the humanities. However, artists in particular sit at the crux of this broken system more (or perhaps just earlier) than most people in other fields, in part because the arts have the largest debt to asset ratio.
Autocenter Summer Academy 2014 will be taking place in the renowned Berlin exhibition space Autocenter in the very heart of Berlin.