Tate Liverpool has established a reputation for its approach to youth audience development through Young Tate, a programme for young people aged between 14 and 25. This collection of essays, which responds to a growing demand for information about relationships between galleries and their young audiences outside formal education, reflects on Tate Liverpool's role in creating a workable strategy for sustainable youth programming. Issues addressed include gallery and museum education, ethnography, cultural studies and exhibition and gallery management practice.
|Publisher:||Liverpool University Press|
|Product dimensions:||10.00(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
Preface Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction Chapter 1 Story: Young People and Art Galleries Case Study: Ten Things People Say about the Experience of Art Galleries and Ten Changes Young People Ask of Art Galleries - Jane Elliot Essay: With Visitors in Mind: The Museum with Permeable Walls - Toby Jackson Chapter 2 Story: Setting the Scene 1989-1994 Case Study: Youth Arts Weekend, September 1993 - Naomi Horlock Essay: Beyond L'Amour de l'Art: Youth, Cultural Democracy and Europe - Ullich Kockel Chapter 3 Story: Learning Curve Case Study: Memories of the Young Tate Advisory Group - Soraya Lemsatef Essay: Museums, Galleries and the Business of Consulting with Young People - Sara Selwood Chapter 4 Story: Working with Young People Case Study: Two-day Summer Project, July 1995 - Gary Clarke Essay: Integrated Management - Gaby Porter Chapter 5 Story: Curating with Young People Case Study: Working with Curators: Comments from Young Tate Display Group Members Essay: Opening Up the Curatorial Space - Lewis