This issue examines ways we can take actions for equity, access and , how we can both challenge and remove barriers that prevent participation and achievement in learning.
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Colour Palace, 2019, Yinka Illori, MBE
Yinka Ilori in conversation with Fiona MacDonald
Threshold concepts for art: Artists use (and abuse) traditions Chris Francis
Decolonising and diversifying the art curriculum, Dianne Minicucci
Making the invisible visible, Joanna Neil
Creating a gender inclusive classroom, Amber Smith
Labelling matters, Marenka Thompson-Odlum
Science, art and cultural capital, Toby Parkin
Opening up opportunities – gaining experience and skills for pupils with visual impairment, Harriet Dunn
Public art in art education, Anna Robb
Celebrating body positivity, Linda Copeland and Elaine Little
Education through coffee, creativity and business, Steve Sharp
Big ideas and little people, David Gilliver
Moving the gallery experience online, Caroline Smith
Raising digital literacy, Ted Fox Joyce