Instruction and Influence: Women in Art Education

This study day in partnership with the Women’s Library at the London School of Economics and Political Science examines ways in which the position of women in British art education has changed since the first women were admitted to the Slade School of Fine Art on equal terms to men just over a hundred years ago, looking at issues of gender equality, work-life balance, professional development, networks of influence and values within higher education in British art. Supported by the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art.

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