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engage 6 Trail blazers: Galleries' take on formal education

Articles by Isa Abad, La Caixa Foundation, Barcelona; Dave Allen, University of Portsmouth; Nick de Ville, University of London; Helen O’Donoghue, IMMA, Dublin; and others, look at the relationships between galleries and formal education.

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engage 6: engage 6 Trail blazers: Galleries' take on formal education
Spring 1999
Published by engage, London

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engage 6 Trail blazers: Galleries' take on formal education

'Bankside and the museum of modern art: experience, interpretation and some conventions', pgs 3-6
Nick de Ville, Professor in the Visual Arts Department, Goldsmiths

'SWAP Schools and Whitechapel Artists' Programme', pgs 7-9
Jane Sillis, Arts Manager, Look Ahead Housing and Care; and Amanda Colbourne, SWAP Coordinator, Whitechapel Art Gallery

'Gallery partnerships in teacher training and continuing professional development', pgs 10-11
Lindsey Fryer, Education Officer, Arnolfini

'Study support at the Tate Liverpool', pgs 12-14
Mary Griffiths, Freelance education curator and Curator of Exhibtions: Interpretation, Manchester City Art Galleries

'A Space to grow', pgs 15-20
Felicity Allen interviews Helen O'Donoghue, Head of Education, Irish Museum of Modern Art

'Interpretation and play', pgs 21-25
Miranda Cox, Freelance researcher and consultant in interpretation

'Broadening the base of education', pgs 26-28
Mathilda Marie Joubert, Research Officer to the NACCCE

'Losing faculties in the classroom', pgs 29-31
Dave Allen, Lecturer, School of Education and Continuing Studies, University of Portsmouth

'Barcelona's Art Laboratory', pgs 32-34
Isa Abad, Education Officer, La Caixa Foundation, Barcelona

'Are you listening comfortably?', pgs 35-36
Polly Stokes, Student, Cambridge University

'Global Diary', pgs 37-38
Janice McLaren, Community Education Officer, Whitechapel Gallery

'Loaded canons', pgs 39-41
Wilson, Michael

'New Audiences/ New Venues', pgs 41-44


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