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engage 5 Spinning art tales on the web

How are galleries using the Internet? Is education integral to gallery websites? Is the Internet being used as an alternative gallery space? Veronica Sekules, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts; Iwona Blazwick, Tate; Maurice Davis, Museums Association; Stephen Bull, artist, writer and lecturer; and others look at how the Internet can work for galleries and their users.

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engage 5: engage 5 Spinning art tales on the web
Autumn 1998
Published by engage, London
http://www.engage.org/journal.aspx?id=6

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engage 5 Spinning art tales on the web

'How do politicians see museums, galleries and the Internet?', pgs 3-7
Maurice Davies, Deputy Director, Museums Association

'How many *****.for.wwws.@thegallery?', pgs 8-11
Michael Wilson, artist

'Vision, bravery, self-knowledge, enthusiasm, creativity. Developing gallery websites', pgs 12-14
Pete Gomes, artist and consultant

'A bandaged violin and a plastic dummy: thoughts on creative understanding', pgs15-20
Sekules, Veronica

'Ideas and revelations', pgs 21-28
Felicity Allen interviews Iwona Blazwick, Head of Exhibitions and Display, Tate Modern and Caro Howell, Education Programme Officer, Tate Modern

'Sites and Insights. A journey through the World Wide Web', pgs 29-32
Stephen Bull, artist, writer, lecturer

'What teachers want: Gallery websites and formal education', pgs 33-36
Lee Whitehurst, art teacher, Leigh City Technology College, Dartford, Kent

'Community and Comunication: Opt for Art and the Web', pgs 39-41
Nigel Meager, Director, Opt for Art (Wales) and Schoolart

'Global diary' pgs 42-43
Cole, Ian

'Review: Unpacking Teachers' Packs' pgs 44-46
Baldwin, Bridget

 

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