Renaissance nude painting row at French school sparks teacher walkout
Some students were reportedly “disturbed” by Giuseppe Cesari work which depicts bathing nymphs
Ron DeSantis’s ‘war on woke’ goes to college
The Florida governor’s recent education reforms are damaging arts and humanities programmes across the state—but educators and students are fighting back
Masters curating course at Whitechapel gallery to be wound down
Joint initiative with London South Bank University shelved but collaborative PhD project is in the pipeline
‘Accessing culture is a right for all’: London mayor Sadiq Khan on art's role in the UK capital
As London mayor Sadiq Khan launches a creativity campaign, he discusses the artists who have brought London to life and the importance of opening up creative education for all children
Private sector picks up the pieces as UK government cuts art education funding
American museum educators are trying a more playful approach
Two New York institutions are overhauling their education facilities, while others test a digital-first style of art pedagogy
A course containing everything you need to know about art
'Exploring Art: From the Renaissance to Contemporary' launches this autumn at Christie’s
Artist Mary Evans to be first Black director of London's Slade art school
She joins following a protracted row over alleged systemic racism within the institution
'The arts in English state schools are in extreme peril'
There is a lack of value ascribed to the arts within the incoherent state education system, our new report finds
'In the age of AI, putting creativity at the heart of education is more important than ever'
The UK Labour Party is gearing up for the next election and should be talking about how we are educating children
'There is a lot to learn from the rise of South Korea as a crucial arts and cultural hub'
The country recognises the arts as a powerful driver of education and professional identity, a beacon of corporate social responsibility and as a valuable tool of soft power and diplomacy
Florida educator ousted for showing students Michelangelo's David visits sculpture in Florence
Former Tallahassee Classical School principal Hope Carrasquilla travelled to Italy and met with the Galleria del'Accademia's director
Amid scandal, Florida Department of Education says Michelangelo's David has 'artistic and historical value'
Though the Sunshine State's agencies have adopted extreme views on other topics, its Department of Education rebuffed claims that "David" is pornographic
Florida school principal fired for showing students Michelangelo's 'pornographic' David sculpture
Tallahassee Classical School's principal, Hope Carrasquilla, was fired following parental complaints her Renaissance curriculum was too risqué
Head of London's Royal College of Art, Paul Thompson, to step down in 2024
Vice-chancellor of the UK’s highest-rated arts college will leave after 15 years in the role
'Systematically underpaid': arts courses across UK grind to a halt amid nation's biggest university strike in history
Lecturers across the country are protesting university workers’ pay, pensions and working conditions
Tate veterans launch free—and paid—curating course, aimed at those from less-affluent backgrounds
Students of the one-year New Curators programme will cover all aspects of the profession and get the chance to organise a major show at South London Gallery
London's Royal College of Art—whose graduates include Tracey Emin and David Hockney—doubles size of its Battersea campus
The £135m development is designed by Herzog & de Meuron
Deborah Swallow retires as Courtauld director after 18 years
During her tenure she oversaw a £57m redevelopment of the London university's campus
How to get the next generation in India's youngest state to visit museums? Give schools money
The $17.4m scheme in Bihar has resulted in 33,000 young visitors to its main museum in Patna in a year
Lebanese patron donates €2.8m—and two Gormleys—to prestigious art history college École du Louvre
Lisson Gallery and digital platform Circa will fund scholarships at London university
The bursaries support Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students on postgraduate courses in the arts at Goldsmiths
Courtauld Institute forms 'strategic partnership' with neighbouring King's College London—what does this mean for the prestigious art history college?
The two institutions of vastly different sizes will join forces at a time of "great uncertainty" for arts and humanities in higher education
'It’s time for museums to take critical race theory seriously'
There’s a campaign against discussions of race in the American education system—and museums have a part to play in fighting that
Conservatives scrap arts premium for schools promised in 2019 UK general election manifesto
Arts education policy amounting to £270m was missing from autumn budget announcement last week
Ancient history? Worcester University to close its archaeology department in another blow to heritage sector
Decision is a "canary in the coal mine" for other arts and humanities subjects, warns museums body
UK government approves 50% funding cut for arts and design courses
Education secretary Gavin Williamson says money will be directed towards Stem subjects
US collectors aim to give Indigenous Australian curators 'a seat at the table' with fundraising sale of $1.5m Tommy Lowry Tjapaltjarri painting
L. John and Barbara Wilkerson are selling Two Men Dreaming at Kuluntjarranya via Melbourne gallery to fund new arts leadership education programme in the US
Uproar as UK government plans to cut funding for arts education by 50% to prioritise 'high-value subjects'
Artists express concerns and the Public Campaign for the Arts launches a petition as the consultation on the planned budget cuts to higher education ends today
Adrian Piper plans a protest in Berlin over school class sizes
The 15 May demonstration is part of her ongoing Wahlkampagne criticizing Germany’s education system