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engage 18 Research

This issue of the engage journal looks at research methods used in the visual arts. Veronica Sekules presents the case for research in gallery education. Stephen Foster looks at the role of the gallery director and considers how academic research gets fed into a gallery context. Lewis Biggs looks at current thinking about fine art practice as research. Drawing on her own PhD research, Emily Pringle addresses how selected artist educators understand themselves to be ‘artists’; Barbara Taylor writes on the en-quire research programme and its interpretation of action-research.

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engage 18: engage 18 Research
2006
Published by engage, London
http://www.engage.org/journal.aspx?id=19

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engage 18 Research

Research "Art as Research, doctoral education and the politics of knowledge"
Iain Biggs, Reader, Visual Art Practice, University of the West of England, Bristol

Research "en-quire: learning through action research"
Barbara Taylor, en-quire Programme Director

Research "TAP: Teacher Artist Partnership"
Anna Ledgard, Teacher and Creative Learning Producer and David Jenkins, Visiting Professor, University of Coventry / Director of PLEY

Research "Researching Gallery Education: recognising complexity and exploring collaboration"
Emily Pringle, Freelance artist and reseacher

Research "Field of Enquiry: but what are we supposed to be doing?"
Rebecca Sinker, Victoria de Rilke and Howard Hollands, Members of REALL (Research in Education, Arts, Language & Learning) Group, Middlesex University

Research "Method in our Madness: why we need to value research in art gallery education"
Veronica Sekules, Christian Blickem and Charlotte Peel, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and Centre for Applied Research in Education, University of East Anglia

Research "Interview with Faisal Abdu'Allah –gallery education as research""

Research "Quests driven by questions: creative research as a learning methodology"
Bridget McKenzie, Head of Learning, the British Library

Research "On Audio Tours: an unknown quantity"
Loic Tallon, independent researcher

Research "Designing narrative and interpretative tools"
Halina Gottlieb, Researcher and studio director ; and Helen Simonsson, Museum educator and artist, project manager, at Visions for Museums / the Interactive Institute, Stockholm

Research "Changing Direction: research and the gallery director"
Stephen Foster, Director, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton

Research Review
Hannah Fussner, special needs educator and freelance writer

 

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