Mind the gap

Jill Journeaux, Simon Lewis

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnhancing Curricula: using research and enquiry to inform student learning in the disciplines
EditorsNicholas Houghton
Place of PublicationUniversity of the Arts, London
PublisherCLTAD (Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design)
ISBN (Print)ISBN (book) 978-0-9560382-0-3, ISBN (cd) 978-0-9560382-1-0
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2016

Bibliographical note

This paper was presented at the 5th cltad international conference
Challenging the curriculum: exploring discipline boundaries in art, design and media 12th-13th April 2010, Novatel, Tiergarten, Berlin. Author's note:
this paper offered a context for the development of the fine art curriculum in the UK since the introduction of the honours award in the late 1960s, and traced the key changes in curricula content over that period. It introduced the notion that Fine Art was no longer central to the art school 'academy' and had lost out to the energy and clarity of purpose associated with areas of design such as fashion and offered and variety of models to address this loss.

Rigour - peer reviewed abstract and final published paper. Published in Enhancing Curricula: using research and enquiry to inform student learning in the disciplines, by Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design. Edited by Nicolas Houghton.

Originality - this paper offers a forty year context for and analysis of, the fine art curriculum and it shifting place within Art and Design HE in the UK.

Cite this

Journeaux, J., & Lewis, S. (Accepted/In press). Mind the gap. In N. Houghton (Ed.), Enhancing Curricula: using research and enquiry to inform student learning in the disciplines University of the Arts, London: CLTAD (Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design).

Mind the gap. / Journeaux, Jill; Lewis, Simon.

Enhancing Curricula: using research and enquiry to inform student learning in the disciplines. ed. / Nicholas Houghton. University of the Arts, London : CLTAD (Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design), 2016.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Journeaux, J & Lewis, S 2016, Mind the gap. in N Houghton (ed.), Enhancing Curricula: using research and enquiry to inform student learning in the disciplines. CLTAD (Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design), University of the Arts, London.
Journeaux J, Lewis S. Mind the gap. In Houghton N, editor, Enhancing Curricula: using research and enquiry to inform student learning in the disciplines. University of the Arts, London: CLTAD (Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design). 2016
Journeaux, Jill ; Lewis, Simon. / Mind the gap. Enhancing Curricula: using research and enquiry to inform student learning in the disciplines. editor / Nicholas Houghton. University of the Arts, London : CLTAD (Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design), 2016.
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