New Statesman Asks if Britain’s Art School are Facing a Crisis of Identity

November 24th, 2014

An article in the New Statesman takes a hard look at the state of British art schools this week, noting tuition fees higher than anywhere else in Europe, and a change in the curriculum that has changed how students practice, both of which have limited access to education for lower income classes and discouraged Britain’s famously egalitarian higher education system.Read more at New Statesman