AD Issue 36
This Anti-Racist Art Education Action (ARAEA)-themed AD magazine has been curated to ensure that every page is dedicated to the advancement and celebration of ARAEA conversations, journeys and actions.
We offer our sincerest gratitude to Guest Editor Marlene Wylie, our new NSEAD President, and all the wonderful contributors to this anti-racist art education issue, which is packed full of ideas, inspiration and knowledge to help you be a leader of anti-racist art education.
Contributors to this Special Issue:
- Yinka Shonibare CBE RA, describes what unconcious bias means to him, how the World Reimagined project was conceived and how equity of opportunity lies at the heart of the Yinka Shonibare Foundation.
- Dame Magdalene Odundo talks about her life as an artist and the importance of art and design educators and education.
- Dr Clare Stanhope asks 'who is seen, who is heard' in the curriculum and talks about the impact of the Hands Up initiative at her school.
- Mia Bano, Primary art subject leader, looks at how picture books can help children celebrate their identities.
- Ashia Oozeer, Head of Art and Westminster Under School, explains how she effected anti-racist change in her curriculum.
- Melanie Rowntree, learning officer from the Pitt Rivers Museum describes new anti-racist learning trails which give new perspectives on the museum's collections.
- Lynne Calland, a former Head of Art and Design, describes a project at her secondary school which championed black achievement.
- Francis Akinde talks frankly about the need to decolonise the curriculum and asks a series of self-reflection questions.
- Marlene Wylie gives a presidential address and outlines her ambitions for her term in office.
- Diane Miniccuci discusses leadership and empowerment in relation to anti-racist art education.
- Adriano d'Salvo describes how his trust are using the ARAE checklists and how they have helped his team to make impactful changes.
- Laureen Gee, Public Programmes Producer at Hackney Windrush, explains how using arts, culture and activations helped engage the local community in the creation of an archive of stories of the Hackney Windrush generation.
- Runnymede Trust and Freelands Foundation describe the process of research and implementation for the Visualise Project.
- Sophie Leach shares the background to ARAEA giving thanks to everyone involved in this special issue.
This issue's free poster is Police by Yinka Shonibare and is only available as a hard copy for members.
This issue is currently available in hard copy and has been posted to NSEAD members. Members and non-members can order copies using the order form on the AD magazine homepage.