Leading antiracist art, craft and design

During this session, consultant Marlene Wylie will work with you to unpick what makes an Effective Leader of Anti-Racist Art Education.

About the course

During this session, consultant Marlene Wylie will work with you to unpick what makes an Effective Leader of Anti-Racist Art Education. Marlene is a founding member of the NSEAD Anti-Racist Art Education action group (ARAEA).  This course will build on the ARAE checklists, exploring how they can be applied to your curriculum and the needs of your learners.

 

What is included?

This is an NSEAD digital live course (hosted on zoom). These sessions will not be recorded so live attendance is essential. The course will provide participants with a chance to take part in workshops, share ideas and partake in open and honest conversation.

 

More about the Course Facilitator

Marlene Wylie is President Elect of NSEAD and a creative education consultant. Having trained originally as a textiles designer she has taught art, craft and design in inner and outer London multicultural primary and secondary schools for over 20 years.

Marlene has delivered whole school training, from Foundation Stage EYFS to Secondary Level, as well as to trainee teachers on ITT programmes. 

Marlene is the Visualise Project Lead for the Runnymede Trust. She leads the Visualising Inclusive Practice team and project, which aims to deliver the first major research commission into access to the visual arts for Black, Asian and minority ethnic students. She oversees the project including the overall research design and implementation as part of the wider arts and arts education space in the UK.

ā€¨Marlene is a member of the NSEAD Anti-Racist Art Education Action group and through her lived experience, speaks to this critical issue of anti-racism with an authentic and profoundly reflective voice. 

 

Date: 10th November 2022

Time: 1:30pm - 5pm

Any questions please email the team - [javascript protected email address]