On June 2, round table “Educational Strategies in the Sphere of Contemporary Art” was held in the exhibition space of the Britanka Degree Show graduation projects.
Tutors from the prominent higher education institutions in artistic field discussed the main issues in teaching modern art and ways to overcome them, as well as expectations of the future artistic education. Speakers who have studied in Europe and have teaching experience in foreign universities talked about the differences between Russian and foreign educational processes.
During the discussion, participants looked into exotic Chinese system of education as well as British and French cases. What makes Russia stand out on this background, how to find its identity and integrate it into the international context – find out more in full transcript of the round table published on tatlin.ru website.
Among the participants of the round table were:
- Leonid Bazhanov, HSE, Contemporary Art
- Valentin Boiangiu, BHSAD, Foundation Art and Design
- Svetlana Kalashnikova, IPMA, Olga Kiseleva, Sorbonne, Institute for Science and Art
- John Lavell, University of Hertfordshire, BHSAD, BA (Hons) Fine Art
- Mikhail Levin, BHSAD, Modern Art CPD programme
- Roman Minaev, Rodchenko School, RSUH
- Alexandra Staruseva-Persheeva, HSE, Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design
- Ian Charlesworth, University of Hertford, BHSAD, BA (Hons) Fine Art