Ch-ch-ch-changes: Artists Talk about Teaching
This volume of newly commissioned interviews by John Reardon focuses on artists teaching in the UK and Europe. The interviews provide an intriguing and welcome insight into the world of teaching as well as the individual character and anxieties of the artist-teacher. It brings to light the often heroic endeavours to survive within the world of art education, while discussing the challenges and rewards of their dual-roles. Ch-ch-ch-changes offers a wide range of perspectives on the frequently contentious and widely discussed teaching of art. The artists have been selected from a variety of institutions including Central St Martins, Glasgow School of Art, Städelschule Frankfurt and Kunstakademie Münster, each representing a different approach to teaching. Ch-ch-ch-changes is an indispensable guide for artists, teachers and students.
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