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Making Public: The Fine Art Degree Show

Posted: 6 Nov 2018
By Andrew Sheridan
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NAFAE's annual symposium is intended as an opportunity to meet, discuss and exchange ideas. We invite short provocations, poster presentations, and 20 minute papers or case studies. Call for submissions: abstracts of 200 to 500 words by January 11th, 2019. As a network we are primarily interested in what and how people are producing and how educators and art practitioners are responding to contemporary challenges and contexts across the sector.

Austerity, Adversity, Art?

Posted: 12 Dec 2017
By Andrew Sheridan
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Austerity, Adversity, Art?
Fine Art education as a site of social and political resistance, initiative and engagement
Call for papers - Deadline Extended to:
29th January 2018

15th ELIA Biennial Conference

Posted: 28 Nov 2017
By Andrew Sheridan
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The Steering Group of the 15th ELIA Biennial Conference invites colleagues from ELIA member institutions from all artistic disciplines to contribute to the programme and showcase their practices in the arts and education.

Call for Artistic Project Nominations 8th NEU NOW Festival

Posted: 11 Feb 2016
By Andrew Sheridan
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NEU NOW 2016 Call for Nominations Extended to 16 February

GLAD Conference 2016 - CALL FOR PAPERS

Posted: 24 Nov 2015
By Andrew Sheridan
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With an increasing national debate on the meaning of excellence in teaching and learning and the introduction of the ‘Teaching Excellence Framework’ later this academic year, the 2016 GLAD conference will be looking out beyond the boundaries of art and design education in higher education.

The Hidden Curriculum: Call for papers

Posted: 5 Feb 2015
By Andrew Sheridan
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It is becoming increasingly important for NAFAE that we increase our traditional schedule of seminar events over the year and find ways of complementing relevant and compatible networks active in our field. The Hidden Curriculum theme is one of the strands covered at this year's PARADOX conference in Poznan, Poland, on September 9 and 10, 2015. Our members are supportive of the European network for Fine Art Education. We are keen that contributors to the Paradox conference in September might also attend the NAFAE symposium in January.