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engage 20 Strategic Interpretation

This issue samples current thinking about interpretation from the point of view of museum and gallery professionals. What does interpretation include? Who and what is it for? What makes for a good interpretation strategy? Articles look at theoretical models of interpretation; at art practice which itself serves a direct interpretative function; and at different approaches in practice – including interactive models, using young people as interpreters and differing cultural traditions.

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engage 20: engage 20 Strategic Interpretation
2007
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Strategic Interpretation 'Seven Wonders of Interpretation'
Helen Luckett, Exhibitions Interpretation Manager, Hayward Gallery

Strategic Interpretation 'Interpretation Practices: Making Sense of Intellectual Access'
Heather Lynch, Research Fellow, Institute of Education, University of Stirling

Strategic Interpretation 'Interpretation and the Hermeneutic Turn'
Cheryl Meszaros, Lecturer and museum consultant, Vancouver, B.C.

Strategic Interpretation 'How did the Reticent Object Become so Obliging? Artists’ Interventions as Interpretative Strategies'
Claire Robins, Artist and Lecturer in Art, Design and Museology, Institute of Education, University of London

Strategic Interpretation 'Between Education and Participation: Aesthetic Operations'
Pierangelo Maset, Professor, Art and Art Education, Leuphana University, Luneberg, Germany

Strategic Interpretation 'Gallery Education as Critical Practice and Research at documenta 12'
Carmen Moersch, Artist, educator, researcher

Strategic Interpretation 'Perspectives across Cultures'
Rebecca Heald, Curator: Visual Dialogues, Tate Britain, Felicity Allen, Head of Interpretation and Education, Tate Britain

Strategic Interpretation 'Click, Snap and (Fluorescent) Glow: Interactive Computer Programmes and Interpretation'
Clare van Loenen, former Head of Public Programmes, Hayward Gallery; with Natasha Smith, Learning and Participation, Southbank Centre and ico Design Consultancy

Strategic Interpretation '‘Teen Talks’ at the Photographers’ Gallery'
Maitreyi Maheshwari, Curator of Youth Programmes, Tate Modern

Strategic Interpretation 'Young People as Interpreters: Manchester Art Gallery’s Creative Consultants'
Katy McCall, Artist and freelance educator

Strategic Interpretation Reviews
Javier Rodrigo, Art educator and researcher; Hannah Fussner, Special Needs Coordinator and freelance writer

 

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