Quaife, M., 2016.
|Publisher:||Black Dog, London|
The ways in which painting is taught within art schools and academies has, in recent years, undergone several significant changes. As the barriers between media eroded into more fluid borders, art schools have responded by adapting and evolving. Many painting departments have been absorbed into general Fine Art courses but specialist painting courses and pathways still continue to be developed. How have these courses defined and redefined themselves to reflect the current artistic landscape and how can painting maintain an identity within non-specialist approaches? 'Teaching Painting' addresses the historical, theoretical, pedagogical and continually shifting methods of how the medium is taught. It asks how and why approaches to teaching painting have changed and developed and offers a platform through which practices and experience can be shared. The book includes introductions by Ian Hartshorne, Donal Moloney and Magnus Quaife with contributions by: Maggie Ayliffe and Christian Mieves, Gordon Brennan, Ian Gonczarow, Sarah Horton and Sarah Longworth-West, Sean Kaye, John McClenaghen, Dougal McKenzie, Alistair Payne, Craig Staff, Daniel Sturgis, Sarah Taylor, Joseph Wright and Stuart MacKenzie.