AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool
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AbstractDuring 2018/19 the Bluecoat Display Centre (BDC) in Liverpool set out to undertake a review of best-practice models for integrating craft-makers into secondary education to support research-informed practice in creative education. The project took us into a number of local secondary schools around Merseyside to meet teachers who had integrated artist-led working and residencies into their curriculums, to help us build a detailed picture of the conditions and resources that are essential for a productive long-term collaboration between the schools and the craft-maker.
CitationAdams, J., Rhodes, S., & Smith, C. (2020). Making the most of crafts in Merseyside schools. AD Magazine, 28(Summer), pp. 16-17.
DescriptionThis article was published in AD Magazine (2020), Issue 28. AD Magazine is published by the National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD).
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