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Utilitarianism & the Art School in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Dr Malcolm Quinn

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Utilitarianism & the Art School in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Dr Malcolm Quinn, Associate Dean of Research, Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Art.

At a moment when art and design education is being potentially threatened at school level through changes to the curriculum and exam structures, and at university level through new funding regimes, the need to deliver clear answers to this question is greater than ever.

Art and design education is continually reinventing itself and this series of events is an opportunity to take stock of where we are and where we might be heading. The intent is not to arrive at a single answer, but to develop responses that celebrate and articulate the key role that art and design education plays in the cultural, social and economic life of the world.

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