Researching Visual Arts Education in Museums and Galleries: An International Reader / Edition 1by M. Xanthoudaki
A dramatic increase in interest, world wide, in the educational role of galleries and museums has occurred in the past decade. This results in part from a rekindling of the debate about their purpose and effectiveness - whether as public institutions founded with educational intentions, or as private foundations with an educational interest. While diverse informal… See more details below
A dramatic increase in interest, world wide, in the educational role of galleries and museums has occurred in the past decade. This results in part from a rekindling of the debate about their purpose and effectiveness - whether as public institutions founded with educational intentions, or as private foundations with an educational interest. While diverse informal learning opportunities and more structured education programmes have multiplied as a consequence, and networks have been established for sharing ideas, the need for a more substantial and sustained approach to research-informed practice has become evident. Since the educational issues involved cut across national and cultural boundaries, there is an opportunity for education providers, and for those who organise their training programmes, to record and to build upon the most enlightened practice. To achieve that there is a need for an international research resource.
Researching Visual Arts Education in Museums and Galleries brings together case studies from Europe, Asia and North America, in a way that will lay a foundation for international co-operation in the future development and communication of practice-based research. The research in each of the cases directly stems from educational practice in very particular contexts, indicating at once the variety and detail of practitioners' concerns and their common interests.
- Springer Netherlands
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- Landscapes: the Arts, Aesthetics, and Education Series, #2
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- 0.54(w) x 6.14(h) x 9.21(d)
Table of Contents
Introduction. Museum Education and Research-based Practice; M. Xanthoudaki, L. Tickle, V. Sekules.
Section A: Museums and Lifelong Learning. 1. Things Change: Museums, Learning, and Research; M. Adams, J.H Falk, L.D. Dierking. 2. Visitors' Learning Experiences in Dutch Museums; F. Haanstra. 3. Art Museum Education in Singapore; J. Leong. 4. The Longing for Authentic Experiences: The Subjective Meaning of Visual Art for Museum Audience and Amateur Artists; M. Linko. 5. Come to the Edge: Artists, Art and Learning at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) - A Philosophy of Access and Engagement; H. O'Donoghue.
Section B: Museums and Formal Education. 6. Discovering Brera: Using Experimental Evaluation for the Study of the Relationship Between Museum Learning and School Teaching; S. Mascheroni. 7. Museums, Galleries and Art Education in Primary Schools: Researching Experiences in England and Greece; M. Xanthoudaki. 8. You're Taking Us Where? Reaction and Response to a Guided Art Museum Fieldtrip; M. Black, G.E. Hein. 9. The Celebrity Performer and the Creative Facilitator: The Artist, the School and the Art Museum; V. Sekules.
Section C: Museums and Personal Discovery. 10. Significant Moments, Autobiography, and Personal Encounters With Art; I. Stylianides. 11. The Gallery as a Site of Research; L. Tickle. 12. Interpreting Art Through Visual Narratives; M. Räsänen. 13. Postmodernism and Art Museum Education: The Case for a New Paradigm; J.M. Tapia, S.H. Barrett.
Section D: Landscaping The Future. 14. On the Brink of Irrelevance? Art Museums in Contemporary Society; D. Worts.
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