What makes a truly inclusive and diverse art school?
WdKA Makes a Difference is an action based research project interested in the possibilities of decolonial approaches within the Willem de Kooning Academy, which was conducted from January 2015 until December 2016. The project included monthly reading and discussion sessions with teachers (The Brown Bag Lunch), an exhibition with lecture series and symposium, film screenings, the creation of a minor plus and many more initiatives and collaborations, which sought to challenge the way in which art and design is taught, perceived and produced in order to imagine a self-reflective future for the field. The driving force for this project is not so much what has to be done, but how can it be done.
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