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CHEAD joins a new Visual Arts Alliance

The Contemporary Visual Arts Network CVAN plans to launch a new initiative by inviting sector representative organisations to come together and form an alliance for the visual arts. The new alliance is drafting a shared mission statement and agreeing objectives which...

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CHEAD Research Alliance: Call for Strategy Group Members

CHEAD is issuing a call for applications for the role of CHEAD Research Alliance Strategy Group members for its Research Alliance. Two new Trustees and co-chairs of the Research Alliance, Professor Jake Kaner and Professor Sunil Manghani, were appointed in July 2020....

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New Trustee Appointments

The Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD) is delighted to announce three new trustees, Michael Gorman, Professor Jake Kaner and Professor Sunil Manghani, who join the existing Board of Trustees. Michael Gorman, Senior Learning & Teaching Fellow at...

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Glasgow School of Art Vacancy: Deputy Director (Academic)

Reporting to the Director of The Glasgow School of Art you will be expected to provide exceptional academic leadership in learning, teaching and student experience, promoting innovation and ensuring the continued relevance of GSA’s educational provision to society and...

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CHEAD & Crafts Council Members COVID-19 Impact Survey Results

In May we issued the CHEAD & Crafts Council Members Covid-19 Survey, designed to understand how higher education is adapting and sustaining provision to support students and graduates at this time. The survey was open from 1st May to 15th May 2020 and was sent to...

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Call for a research focussed Co-opted Trustee

CHEAD is issuing a call for applications for a research focussed co-opted Trustee vacancy arising after CHEAD Trustee elections in April 2020. Co-opted Trustees have a very important role on the CHEAD Board of Trustees. They share the responsibility for governing...

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