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The Decorated School Colour and art in the 1950s primary school

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  • UserCatherine Burke, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge; Jeremy Howard, Art History, University of St Andrews; Soo Hutchins, Templewood School;Roy Kozlovsky, North Eastern University, School of Architecture,USA
  • ClockSaturday 25 June 2011, 10:30-16:00
  • HouseTemplewood School, Welwyn Garden City.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Ewa Illakowicz.

If you have any further questions please contact Cathy Burke, cb552@cam.ac.uk

Open seminar event. Part of the AHRC funded research network ‘The Decorated School’ which is coordinated by Dr Catherine Burke, Faculty of Education.

The network is engaged in a two year project, researching the relationships between architects, artists and educators through the art which became part of the fabric of school buildings and their immediate environments in the 20th century. We are interested in understanding more about how the art came to be commissioned, how the subject matter was decided, what was its function, its life story and what ideas about education or childhood, if any, were intended to be conveyed.

Those who will find this event useful will be architects, architecture students, teachers, educationalists, historians of art and architecture, social historians, visual sociologists and artists.

For programme and to book this event and make a payment please visit: http://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/events/conferences/decoratedschool/

Seminar fee £20

Student and concessions £10

This talk is part of the Histories of Education and Childhood series.

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