Art education has evolved considerably in the past years. It has become increasingly easier to find and follow independent courses, often provided by the artists the students look up to. The online environment has also made it easier for people to arrange their own curriculum and learn at their own pace. Workshops and masterclasses provide good opportunities of interaction while also learning specialised techniques.
But what does this mean for the industry and art schools in general? Is it still better to choose for traditional education or should art enthusiasts better try to pick their own courses and programs from the variety the art community has to offer? In this panel discussion, we will investigate some of these issues.