ARAEA Checklist Impact Survey
When we launched our Anti-Racist Art Education Action (ARAEA) Checklists in June 2021 we pledged, that on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death each year (24 May), we would review our Checklists, to identify their impact and better share anti-racist practice.
Click here to take part in our ARAEA Checklist survey.
Why we need the ARAE Checklists and how to use them
This downloadable two-page resource explains why the ARAEA Checklists are needed and how they can be used – the resource, published in AD magazine (issue…
About the checklists
An introduction to checklists by Marlene Wylie, Vice-president of NSEAD, ARAEA member and advisor Introduces :‘The daughter of Jamaican parents from the…
ARAE Curriculum Checklist
The Curriculum Checklist is for art and design educators working in schools, colleges, universities and initial teacher education.
ARAE Publication and Resources Checklist
The Publication & Resources Checklist is for art educators authoring website content, articles or research.
ARAE School Resources Checklist
The School Resources Checklist is for art and design educators working in schools
ARAE Checklists Presentation
This presentation about the Anti-Racist Art Education Checklists, provides an introduction and examines why the ARAEA Group was set up, their call to…
Decolonising and diversifying the art curriculum
The resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement has motivated schools, colleges and universities to examine the cultural diversity of their curricula…
Art, critical consciousness and anti-racist agency
Jo Barber, assistant head of school at Aspire Alternative Provision in Buckinghamshire, and ARAEA member, explains how art can give us agency in creative…
Youth, race and the gentrifying city
In this AD magazine article, Tyler Denmead questions the role of a project he founded in the 90s, in creating both a positive influence and a gentrifying…
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