All art is for children – and great art can make children of us all
Modern masters from Joseph Cornell to Paul Klee have produced works expressly for children, writes Ben Street – but perhaps all great art is a type of child’s play?
The unruly life of museum postcards
We’re all building miniature museums at home, and postcards of paintings have taken on a life of their own
Inquiry: Learning Lessons
Can museum education programmes have a more radical purpose?
Look closer: what art historians can learn from museum education
Have we forgotten how to look properly at art?
Make no mistake, art history is a hard subject. What’s soft is the decision to scrap it
Exam board AQA is to scrap art history A-level. It’s a crazy decision to take just as public perception of the subject is changing