About Eileen Adams: Agent of Change
Agent of Change showed how revolutionary initiatives have prompted change in art, design and environmental education.
Visual education has taken art out of the gallery into school grounds and onto the street. Collaborations between pupils, teachers, architects, planners and artists have created new learning opportunities. You can learn to draw, but you can also draw to learn!
Agent of Change – along with Adams' latest book, Visual Literacy, published in autumn 2015 by the Loughborough Design Press – was exhibited in the National Arts Education Archive (NAEA) at YSP in 2015.
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