What happens when an arts bureaucracy steps away from “data-driven” evaluation of its program? Writer Sarah Butler recounts her collaboration with visual artist Nicole Mollett on a unique commission from Arts Council England.
Joey Orr and Imani Wadud present their reflections on ongoing transdisciplinary programming, exhibition work, learning, and social action through the Integrated Arts Research Initiative at the Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas.
Artist and museum educator Kerry Downey reflects on making space for queerness within and outside of institutions through participatory art making.
The collective BFAMFAPhD presents the Making and Being Card Game, a pedagogical tool created for Art Journal Open that encourages students to approach their projects holistically, looking at their own learning goals and the life and death of their projects in relation to their social and emotional needs.
Ana María León inaugurates Art Journal Open‘s new Pedagogies series, presenting her findings in the communal production and dissemination of knowledge through reading groups and digitally crowdsourced syllabi and reading lists.