The proposal of the Nomad University: An alternative to self-education in art education
Authors: Carlos Moreno, Diana Boada, Tomás Bucheli, José Jiménez, Carolina Enríquez
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This article examines how paradigms are initiated based on the process of academic restructuration of 2009, which during the Art and Education Seminar (CAC, 2012), evidence and divulge student opinion about multiple difficulties on universities’ academic programs, their limitations, and professionalization processes. And so it is that the initiative takes place: Nomadic University created and developed by students. Also, the article explains the methodologies, academic stances, networks, topics, contents, and activation of processes, in order to generate receptiveness in areas that lack attention from formal education institutions, and to discuss about the access to education. Social complex and the visibility of common and dissimilar places which challenge the idea of culture in general is analyzed through a theoretical and practical dynamic network comprised by multiple micro cultures, spaces, processes, and individuals outside academia.