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Employability and entrepreneurship: how are these affecting curricula, student expectations and student experiences?

The GLAD (Group for Learning in Art and Design)  Conference on 27th of February 2015  was held at Sheffield Hallam University with the theme of 'Controversy and Conformity: 25  years of transforming the academy'.  

A question raised in the conference call was  Employability and entrepreneurship: how are these affecting curricula, student expectations and student experiences? Katrine Hjelde presented a paper which borrowed this title, but where the paper addressed the  Fine Art perspective more explicitly through an exploration of the contemporary Fine Art Curriculum, seen within a historical context.  For more information on the conference and to read the abstract for the paper, please see: http://www.gladhe.org.uk

 

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