“Context Is Half The Work”- Jill Randall to speak at National Conference

Following her Tate Britain Residency, and a project at Flat Time House, London, Jill Randall had a Paper accepted for the National Association for Fine Art Education (NAFAE)  Conference, “Challenging Fine Art Pedagogies”, in London on  March 15th 2013.
The Paper was titled-“Context is Half the Work-The Live Brief in Fine Art Education”. “Context is Half the Work” was the maxim of the APG (Artists Placement Group), which Jill was studying in the Tate Archive. Jill used 2 Case Studies at 2 different sites of student projects at the University of Salford- Parys Mountain Copper Mine, Anglesey, and Flat Time House, London, to investigate the use of the Live Brief within teaching, and how staff research projects can introduce new ways of delivering Fine Art education, with benefits for the student and the institution. Jill Randall has a history of implementing her research practically within the University and re-introducing it into a teaching context.