Teachers! Join NSEAD and educators from the Fitzwilliam Museum and the University of Cambridge Museums for a day of creative exploration and guided visits.
Join the National Society for Art and Design in Education (NSEAD) and educators from the Fitzwilliam Museum and the University of Cambridge Museums for a day of creative exploration, guided visits of Real Families: Stories of Change and Black Atlantic: Power, People, and Resistance, and a chance to hear about APPG Art Now inquiry.
Enjoy the opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues across both primary and secondary phases.
|10:00 – 10:30|
Welcome, Seminar Room
Tea and Coffees
|10:30 – 10.45|
With Carey Robinson, Deputy Director Learning and Participation The Fitzwilliam Museum and Michele Gregson, NSEAD General Secretary
|10.45 – 11.45|
ARAEA (Anti- Racist Art Education Action group) Workshop 1
Reflective Paper Twists: Disrupting the Colonial Net
Led by NSEAD President Marlene Wylie and Clare Stanhope from ARAEA in Black Atlantic: People, Power, and Resistance
Everyone is enmeshed in the colonial fabric and we must all work to unravel it, but we must all do so based on who we are and how we are twisted into its netting. (Chalmers: 2017, 112)
An invitation to undertake internal work through engagement with colonial objects and to engage in creative responses which encourage personal and collective reflection and questioning.
Creative Workshop 2
Art, Power and Change: Whose Stories?
Led by Rosanna Evans and Holly Morrison, Fitzwilliam Museum Educators in the galleries
An opportunity to explore intent, perspective and representation through the permanent collection and affect individual and collaborative art making. There is also an option to also visit Real Families: Stories of Change.
|Pause- an opportunity to take some time out and reflect|
|Lunch - Seminar Room/ Studio|
13:00 – 14:00
Pause- an opportunity to take some time out and reflect
|14:15 – 14:30|
Tea and Coffees, Seminar Room
|14:30 – 15:00|
Drawing Voices Panel Discussion
Collective Advocacy for Art and Design Education
Marlene Wylie, NSEAD President
Michele Gregson, NSEAD General Secretary
Sophie Leach, NSEAD Deputy General Secretary and AD, Editor
Kate Noble, Senior Research Associate, The Fitzwilliam Museum
15:00 – 15:45
Call to Action: Activating Change and Spreading the Word
Open making collage and print activity
|15:45||Reflections – what will you take away to your setting?|
Register here - Lunch and refreshments are included in the ticket price.
NSEAD Member: £14
Non Member: £20
Date: Saturday 18th November 2023
Time: 10am - 4pm
Location: The Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RB
Need help planning your journey? Use The Fitzwilliam Museum's visiting guide here