Arts Faculty

Some articles on arts faculty, arts, faculty:

Melbourne Model - Response - Trade and Student Unions
... decision to address media over the potential loss to 130 jobs in the Arts Faculty before speaking to staff or the union ... over their colleagues'" criticising the university's Dean of Arts Belinda Probert and the "business mentality of those who run universities" whom she claims many of which also sit on ... Model..." and that "the future of the (arts) faculty is being shaped by voluntary redundancies rather than … consultation about the curriculum." Victorian College of the Arts ...
Arts Faculty, Universidad De Chile
... In 1849 was created the first Arts School in Chile, as the Painting School was founded inside the University of Chile, under the direction of painter ... School were melted into the present day University of Chile's Arts Faculty ... Nowadays the Arts Faculty remain as one of the most important cultural hub in Chile ...
Melbourne Model - Response - Student
... University of Melbourne Arts student, Ben Coleridge, admitted that while the university's "vision is attractive.. ... as a strategy to disguise retrenchment and diminution." University of Melbourne Creative Arts student, Rosalie Delaney, claimed the university was censoring students' artworks critical of the Melbourne's ... the last production for the 15-year-old arts group Crunch which was wound up by the end of 2008 due to University of Melbourne's cuts to the arts faculty ...

Famous quotes containing the words faculty and/or arts:

    UG [universal grammar] may be regarded as a characterization of the genetically determined language faculty. One may think of this faculty as a ‘language acquisition device,’ an innate component of the human mind that yields a particular language through interaction with present experience, a device that converts experience into a system of knowledge attained: knowledge of one or another language.
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)

    all the arts lose virtue
    Against the essential reality
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    Robinson Jeffers (1887–1962)