Zine #1

This zine is an Arts Student Union and UAL Teaching & Learning Exchange co-production, and is part of the ongoing work to address disparities in experience and attainment for International students and students of colour. It is aimed at both students and staff, as a tool for raising awareness and opening up conversations that will allow people to take things further in their creative and pedagogic practices. We hope you find it insightful and inspiring, and are able to attend exhibitions and events planned through 2018-19 across the UAL colleges.

We invite you to share your perspectives on and examples of decolonising the arts curriculum with us. Email us on: DecolonisingtheArtsCurriculumZine@arts.ac.uk

If you would like to be sent a hard copy of the Zine please complete this online form: bit.ly/Zine2018

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for zine #2

Deadline May 3rd, 2019 – midnight

This second zine is a Student Union and Teaching & Learning Exchange co-production, and is part of the work to address the attainment gaps that persist at UAL and the call to widen the curriculum. It is aimed at both students and staff, and intends to offer a collection of perspectives, ideas and thoughts on decolonising the curriculum, especially from a creative arts and design perspective. It is not intended to be a definitive education tool, but rather a zine that will engage those who are currently not engaging with these topics, raise awareness, open up conversations and show successful interventions that will allow people to take things further in their courses and collaborate within and outside the university setting.

We are accepting submissions in the format of:
• Written pieces (min. 50 words – max. 500 words)
• Photographs, photographs of other artefacts or artwork
• Poetry, creative writing, journalism, media, drama, performance art, fashion, film, sound new media links and reviews, product design, architecture … (and any subject areas that are not listed here as the list is not exhaustive)

Contributions can relate to the following questions:
• Why/How/what (we have done) to decolonise art and design, university life, academia, curricula and pedagogy? But again this list is not exhaustive

Submissions are invited from UAL students and staff.

Email submissions to: DecolonisingtheArtsCurriculumZine@arts.ac.uk

Contact Rahul Patel rahul.patel@arts.ac.uk or 07956 579466 for more details and/or to discuss submissions.

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