Outsider art: what students can learn from self-taught artists

Outsider art: what students can learn from self-taught artists
 

In 1939, former slave Bill Traylor was sitting on a box at the side of the road drawing when the artist Charles Shannon rode by on his horse. Touched by the pictures, Shannon supported Traylor and helped him exhibit his work. After his death, Traylor would become a significant figure of American folk and modern art – without a formal artistic education.
The study of art is becoming less common in the UK. Fewer than 19% of fine art graduates go on to work in an art or design-related field, and the number of students studying creative art degrees dropped by 17,000 between 2016 and 2017. Fine... read more

 
8 March 2018 in Learning, Views: 32
Source: Guardian
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