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engage 1 Integrated programming in the gallery

This first issue of the journal debates the question of integrated programming and looks at the relationships between educators, curators and the public. Contributors include Andrew Brighton, Lindsey Fryer, Arnolfini; Richard Gagola, Alec Leggat.

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engage 1: engage 1 Integrated programming in the gallery
Autumn 1996
Published by engage, London

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engage 1 Integrated programming in the gallery

'Comments books: hot air or stuff?', pgs 3-6
Bridget Baldwin, Education Officer (Schools) Tate Gallery, London Alison Cox, Education Officer (Community) Tate Gallery, London

'Curators, educators, art history, amateurs: a discussion', pgs 14-19
Felicity Allen interviews Andrew Brighton, Head of Public Events, Tate Gallery, London

'From monologue to conversation', pgs 21-24
Anna Harding, Course Director MA Fine Art Administration and Curatorship, Goldsmiths College, London

'Curating reviewed, education interpreted', pgs 25-30
Richard Gagola, Writer and educationalist. Formerly Education Officer, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

'Getting to the heart of it: how far is education truly integrated into our arts organisations?', pgs 31-33
Jillian Barker, Arts Council Education and Training Department and Jane Sillis, Head of Community Education at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London


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