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Inclusive Classroom

Last year I encountered challenges in creating a safe environment for students. When people feel unsafe in a conversation there…

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CALL III

Call III is the third work in a series. Call was executed on July 23, 2016, and Call Again was executed on July 21, 2017.

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Outreach program

In September 2018 I had the privileged to visit School of the Art Institude of Chicago (SAIC), and to explore how they have developed outreach-programs for the community of Chicago. I have tried to summarize some of the valuable things I’ve learned in this post. Many thanks for Paul Coffey and SAIC for their support.

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How is the assessor taught to assess?

This week I have started my first meeting of the Senior-Qualification-Examination (SKE) course at our institute. The ‘SKE’ is a Dutch certification in assessments for higher professional education. This post is a reflection on why this course is important to me.

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Questions that Drive Us

Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending a lecture by Joe Sacco at our institute. He was invited to talk about his career as political cartoonist for students of the department of Illustration.

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KAOS masterclass

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Authentic Relationships

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Question on Design Education

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Gap between Academy and Work

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No More Homework

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2018 Personal Change

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Zine-Camp invitation

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Professor in Illustration

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Deep Dark Questions

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What can Possibly go Wrong?

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Illustration survey – interest and opportunity in Illustration

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Will Instagram Render the Art Academy Obsolete?

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Writing an independent illustration proposal for a client

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Illustration Student Survey

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Expo Review: “A Visual Celebration without Justification”