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engage 22 Young People and Agency

How are young people enabled to participate in contemporary art and gallery culture and what are the vehicles and strategies for this? Where do the challenges and tensions lie? What are the conditions that encourage young learners to be self-directed? What are the challenges involved in working with vulnerable young people? If partnership between organisations is important in working with young people of all kinds, what makes for dynamic partnerships?

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engage 22: engage 22 Young People and Agency
July 2008
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'The Berwick Road Gallery'
Ward, Henry, Director of Arts College, Deputy Headteacher, Welling School

'Agency in Gallery Education'
Addison, Nicholas, Senior lecturer in Art, Design and Museology, Institute of Education, London

'The Seriousness of Games'
Matarasso, Francois, freelance writer, consultant and researcher

'On the Evolution of a Peer-led Programme'
Sinker, Rebecca, Head of Young People's Programmes, Tate Britain

'Making Art Matter'
McVeigh, Laura

'Three Artists' Views'
Mayes, Stuart, artist; Woolham, Simon, artist; Weddle, Lynn, artist

'Agency, Authenticity and Self-identity in the Compulsory School Photographic Self-Portrait'
Meecham, Pam, Senior lecturer in Museum and Gallery Education, Institute of Education, London

'Widening Participation in the Arts for Yougn People through Dynamic Partnerships'
Edmonds, Kathy, Lecturer and Gallery Educator

'Virtual Lives'
Hiett, Sandra, Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University; Hickling, Karen, Collaboration and Education Manager, FACT; Fox, Dan, artist

'Costs and Benefits of Young People's Advocacy in the Art Gallery'
Sekules, Veronica, Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts; Falconbridge, Liz, King's Lynn Arts Centre; Hall, Tricia, Fruitful Arts

'Reviews'
Fussner, Hannah, Special Needs educator and freelance writer

 

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