Spring 2014 – Site-Specific explores the Politics of Representation in art & design and Critical Pedagogy.
Who is represented by art and design that is being produced currently? Who has been and continues to be represented by art and design has become part of the historical canon? Whose histories are taught – and whose are left out? How can we come to a more encompassing practice of representation?
What is critical pedagogy, and what does it mean in an art & design context? How does critical pedagogy influence our ways of communicating and understanding both academically and visually? Similarly, how does critical pedagogy interact with the politics or representation? And how does it all tie together and help us think about curriculum differently?
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