3 months ago
“Cultural leaders are made, not born” – a manifesto for arts education
The director of the RA’s new Master in Cultural Leadership programme argues for a new approach in postgraduate education.
> 1 year ago
Sonia Boyce: “If we can go to Mars, we can send more kids to art school”
Currently preparing for her retrospective at Manchester Art Gallery, artist and educator Sonia Boyce is the latest to reflect on art, life and lessons learnt in our ‘As I see it’ series. She talks tuition fees, a love of Liberty and why we should all be prepared to dream of something different…
> 2 years ago
“History of Art has never been more relevant than in 2016”
With art gallery attendance at record levels and global events putting pressure on cross-cultural understanding, History of Art is a more vital subject than ever. The decision to axe its A Level may be a sad sign of things to come, says guest columnist Professor Michael White.
> 2 years ago
Why EBacc must not exclude the arts
The English Baccalaureate currently excludes arts subjects from compulsory study. As plans go ahead for a parliamentary debate on 4 July, our artists and architects ask for your support in keeping creative subjects at the heart of education.
> 4 years ago
Art Party: coming to a cinema near you
A new film by Bob and Roberta Smith RA and Tim Newton has its first screening at the RA.