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Pedagogy

Fine Art (modern and contemporary) interdisciplinary practice and theory.

Experience of teaching: part-time & visiting since 1980, full-time since 1983;
Course leadership since 1992; subject leadership from 1996-2004 (hull/humberside);
Field directorship 2007-10 (dartington college of arts)
Research supervision 2008- present (dartington/falmouth/oxford brookes);
Ma fine art coordination 2011-15 (falmouth).

‘Postdisciplinary’ art practice including:
film sound installation performance improvisation systems music noise etc.
writing; contemporary aesthetics & politics, film sound and noise theory, education and pedagogy
collaborations
curating and film programming
arts administration

Teaching

2016 - Sheffield Hallam University
Associate Lecturer, Fine Art

2010-15 Falmouth University
Coordinator MA Fine Art: Contemporary Art Practice
PhD Supervision
Occaisional Lectures Seminars BA(Hons): Music, Popular Music, Choreography; pedagogy & research.

2007-10 Dartington College of Arts
Director of the Field of Art:
MA Visual Performance (Timebased Art Practices)
MA Arts & Ecology
MA Arts Management
MA Curating
BA(Hons) Fine Art (Contemporary Practices)
BA(Hons) major/minor awards with Choreography, Theatre, Music, Writing
BA(Hons) major/minor awards offereing Visual Art Practices, Digital Arts Practices and Cultural Entrepeneurship.

1996-2004 Hull School of Art (Humberside University / University of Lincoln
Principle Lecturer, Head of Art
MA Fine Art (p/t)
BA(Hons) Fine Art (f/t & p/t)
BA(Hons) Phonic Art (2000-04)

1983-1996 Hull School of Art (Humberside College of Higher Education)
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/ Course Leader BA(Hons) Fine Art

Lectures / Seminars / Programmes
Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Modernity & Postmodernity
aesthetic theories
contemporary aesthetics
landscape & location
art in the public realm
noise & sound
experimental music
pop music and art
duration )
20th century avant-garde post-Duchamp
20th Century artists’ film & video

Workshops / projects
Undergraduate

listening
image / sound
duration
art / not art / bad art / good art
sound improvisation
noise sound music