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Transformations: Cloth and Clay

13 Jul–3 Nov 2019

Across the late 20th century, craft in the classroom has had a volatile history. This area of cultural and curriculum space has been much contested.


Children’s Images of Peace, War and Genocide

9 Mar–19 May 2019

Children’s Images of Peace, War and Genocide is a touring exhibition presented as part of the National Arts Education Archive’s (NAEA) membership in the International Research and Archive...


Art, Games and Play: Don Pavey and other Collections

24 Mar–20 Nov 2018

Calling upon a range of visual materials and other items held in the National Arts Exhibition Archive (NAEA), this exhibition celebrates the close relationship between art, games and play. Open...


Treasures Revealed: From the National Arts Education Archive

15 Apr–24 Oct 2017

In celebration of YSP's 40th anniversary in 2017, artists, supporters and volunteers chose 40 inspirational objects, collections and ideas from the National Arts Education Archive (NAEA).


Mary Martin Thomas: A Classical Art Education 1927–30

26 Mar–27 Nov 2016

This exhibition – via Thomas' work and other documentary evidence – provided an insight into the nature of art training at the time and the way in which one particular student...


Eileen Adams: Agent of Change

26 Sep–15 Dec 2015

Agent of Change showed how revolutionary initiatives have prompted change in art, design and environmental education.


Philip Rawson: Sculptor-Educator

25 Apr–26 Jul 2015

The Philip Rawson Collection, held by NAEA (National Arts Education Archive), consists of several thousand items. 


Herbert Read & Alec Clegg: A Revolution Realised

31 Jan–29 Mar 2015

This exhibition offered an insight into the life, ideas and work of two of the most influential educators of the 20th century. The photographs, paintings and publications gave evidence of the impact...


Scratching the Surface

10 Feb–28 May 2014

The selection of drawings in this exhibition was made from the larger Marking Time: A Century of Drawing in Art Education exhibition, that was held at Batley Art Gallery in 2012, and offered another...


Tom Hudson: Transitions

25 May–8 Sep 2013

This exhibition looked at the radical interaction of art and education in the 1960s, focusing on the work of Tom Hudson, a key figure in the Basic Design movement, which revolutionised art education...


Marking Time: A Century of Drawing in Art Education

15 Sep–20 Oct 2012

This exhibition, at Batley Art Gallery, presented work drawn from the collections of the National Arts Education Archive, based at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, reflecting the nature of teaching and...


Collections in the NAEA

The NAEA holds significant sets of materials that reveal the conditions of art education and teaching in the 19th and 20th centuries. The dynamic and radical changes in thinking and practice during...


National Arts Education Archive

The National Arts Education Archive was established in 1985 to provide a documentary trace of the development of arts education in the UK and worldwide, by collecting children’s and students' work and...

Press Release

The National Arts Education Archive at Yorkshire Sculpture Park achieves national accreditation

05 Dec 2018

The National Arts Education Archive (NAEA) at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation.    Accredited Archive Services ensure the long-term collection,...

Press Release

New exhibition explores the relationship between art, games and play

28 Feb 2018

24 March–2 September 2018  Sat–Tues, 11.00–15.00 NAEA Gallery A new exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) explores the relationship between art, games...