Art and Design with Antony Gormley and Ron Arad
On Start the Week, Andrew Marr explores how Britain trains the artists and designers of the future. Christopher Frayling and Sarah Teasley celebrate the 175th anniversary of the Royal College of Art, the world's oldest art and design school. But one of its former teachers, the industrial designer Ron Arad argues for a broader arts education which doesn't split sculpture from painting, architecture from design. And the artist Antony Gormley redefines the limits of sculpture and building.
Producer: Edwina Pitman
Sir Christopher Frayling is an educationalist and writer and former Rector of the Royal College of Art.
On Craftsmanship: Towards a new Bauhaus was published last year by Oberon Books.
Sarah Teasley is a tutor and researcher in History of Design and Critical and Historical Studies at the Royal College of Art.
Her essay ‘The Power of ‘Besottedness’: Art School and the Future’ is published in The Perfect Place to Grow: 175 Years of the Royal College of Art, which accompanies an exhibition of the same name at the RCA which runs until 3 January.