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This writing aims to define and examine ‘femagogy’ and the transformative potential for an inclusive intersectional feminist teaching practice in Fine Art education in the context of the contemporary Irish art school. This writing will trace the influence of linguistic power structures and the influence of broader institutional patriarchy in an educational setting and outline the inspirations and genealogies of femagogy. This writing provides situated embodied examples of femagogy in practice. It proposes the femagogical model of teaching as one that situates itself outside prevailing patriarchal models and proposes strategies to reimagine knowledge production and navigate the prevailing structural patriarchy in the academic systems of the contemporary art school.
Walsh, A. & Knezevic, B. (2020). Femagogical strategies in the art school: navigating the institution. Journal of Visual Art Practice, 19:1, 86-101. doi:10.1080/14702029.2020.1726087