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Mr Andrew Ash
UCL Institute of Education
University College London
20 Bedford Way
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  • Associate Professor
  • IOE - Culture, Communication & Media
  • UCL Institute of Education

Andy is a highly experienced Artist, Researcher and Teacher with over twenty years of history working in higher education. Having worked in three Russell Group Universities he has strong education professional skills in Art Education, Contemproary Art, Galleries & Museums, Teaching & Learning, Visual Art Practice as Research and Initial Teacher Education.  

He has continually collaborated with cultural institutions such as Tate Exchange, Tate Britain, ICA, Kings College Art Centre Cambridge University, Brighton Artists Network, T+ Gallery and the Freelands Foundation.

He is a member of InSEA, WAAE, NSEAD, Red Herring cooperative and a Fellow HEA.

He is practicing artist and recent exhibitions include Kings College Cambridge University Art Centre, beta Space Gallery Helsinki, Gerald Moore Gallery Greenwich, Audain Art Centre Vancouver, The Freelands Gallery London, T+ Gallery Tsukuba Japan & the Brighton Festival.

Personal country knowledge:

ITE: India, UAE, Bulgaria, Finland, Japan and Jersey

Older workers in Learning: Sweden, Germany, Poland and Italy.

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 There are two interwoven strands to Andy's art, research and teaching interests: 1) art education, visual art practise as research and making 2) transdisciplinarity, collaboration and a dialogic apporach. His artistic practice includes sculpture, film, objects, drawing, print in a installation or in situ context. More recently he has collaborated with neuroscientists enquiring about the brain, depression, dyslexia and (dis)location. 

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PGCE Secondary Art & Design

MA Museums & Galleries in Education

MA Art & Design in Education


01-AUG-2021 Associate Professor    , United Kingdom
  Associated Professor    , United Kingdom
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