Who is the site being developed for?
resource is aimed at a broad education audience, but primarily teachers,
student teachers and pupils of Art & Design, working at secondary
or high school level.
However DARE is flexible and being an open access, non-subscription
site would be useful to anyone working in the areas of arts and
humanities, education and cultural studies.
The Digital Art Resource for Education developed resources for the primary sector, producing a CD-ROM in 2003.
is the site being developed by?
is produced by the Institute of International Visual Arts (inIVA)
in partnership with Middlesex Universitys School of Lifelong
Learning and Education (LLE)
and the Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts (LCEA).
The resource has received funding from the Arts Council of Englands
Arts Department, as part of the Media Arts in Education national
research programme and the New Audiences programme.
Rebecca Sinker is the research fellow responsible for researching,
developing, building and managing this Web site, with the support
of the above institutions.
and programmers who have worked on various aspects of the site are:
steering committee for the project is:
Richard Andrews, Chair of Education, University of Hull
Director of Research, LLE
Principal Lecturer in Art and Design Education, LLE
Malik Okon, Projects Curator, inIVA
Magnus Moar Lecturer in Digital Arts & Interactive Media,
Reiss, Senior Visual Arts Officer, ACE
de Rijke, Senior Lecturer in Education, Literature and Performing
Arts, LLE & ADPA.
Stewart, Head of Multimedia Projects, inIVA
Tawadros, Director, inIVA