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The book examines the role that the School of Art, now the Faculty of Arts, has played since it was first established in rooms within the Brighton Royal Pavilion in 1859. It maps the development of the School against a variety of significant regional, national and international contexts, including interactions with local educational authorities, changes in art and design education and the symbiotic relationship between design and industry. Features on a selection of staff and alumni of the School are a major part of the book, as is an account of the School’s dynamic and integral role in the social and cultural life of Brighton and the South East over the last 150 years.
|Place of Publication||Brighton|
|Publisher||University of Brighton|
|Number of pages||340|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
Bibliographical noteContributor of two chapters to the book: Chapter 2, Arts and crafts: the Ditchling community and Brighton School of Art, and Chapter 7, 1968: the student revolution.
- art and design education
- education history
- Ditchling arts and crafts
- student unrest.