Writing’s on the wall: How street art creates learning spaces

  Written by Tom Morgan Published on 25 Jan 2016, Goldsmiths University of London Website  Street art can be used to help establish a public space for teaching and learning, according to a Goldsmiths academic John Johnston, Head of the MA Artist Teachers and Contemporary Practices in the Department of Educational Studies, has contributed a chapter to the award-winning book Translating Dissent: Voices from and […]

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Exploring Genocide: educational challenges and opportunities

DevelopmentEducation.ie Action Projects AUTHOR DETAILS Colm Regan 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World – www.8020.ie   The mural was co-ordinated by John Johnston of 80:20 (now with Goldsmith’s College, London) and Valarie Duffy (now with the National Youth Council of Ireland). PARTICIPANTS Young people 14+; over 9 schools and two youth organisations from East Belfast and the Republic […]

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Deptford student mural tells police: things must change

  EAST LONDON LINES December 3, 2012 | Posted by:  Laura Liszewski |  Three scenes stand side by side, occupying a vibrantly painted mural. On the far left, a menacing officer’s mouth opens wide to expose a prisoner behind bars, on the far right hooded youths stand, pressed against walls and try to reach through blue chains, while in the middle of it […]

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