Have We Ever Been Modern: The Institutions of the 21st Century


Imagining the new arts school requires a challenge to the idea that higher arts education knows itself and its own future. Demographic changes, technology, ecology and an evolving urban space have undermined a model of an arts school once considered radical and modern nearly a century ago.


What is required now are a series of informed provocations to stimulate a debate about the creation of a new type of art school building for a future in which the role of leadership in Higher Arts Education is being transformed.



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