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Art Museum Education: Facilitating Gallery Experiences

Olga Hubard
Format
Book
Published
Hampshire, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Language
English
ISBN
9781137412874, 1137412879
Summary
"How can museum educators - and others who teach in galleries - facilitate experiences with works of art that are meaningful to viewers? What is the role of dialogue in these experiences? How might educators negotiate divergences between visitors' perspectives and official information? What is the place of emotions and bodily sensations in art viewing? This book positions gallery teaching as a sophisticated endeavour, rooted in sound understandings about the complexities of art interpretation and its mediation"--
Contents
  • Introduction. What Is Gallery Teaching?
  • PART I: GROUP DIALOGUE
  • 1. Three Kinds of Dialogue about Art
  • 2. The Structure of Open Dialogue
  • 3. Interrogating the Thematic Approach
  • 4. What Counts as a Theme in Art Museum Education?
  • 5. Facilitating Interpretive Dialogues: Some Concrete Suggestions
  • PART II: NEGOTIATING CULTURAL CONTEXTS
  • 6. Negotiating Personal and Cultural Meanings in the Museum
  • 7. Productive Information: Making Facts Matter
  • PART III: EMBODIMENT AND MEANING MAKING
  • 8. How Does This Artwork Make You Feel? Considering the Role of Emotions
  • 9. Complete Engagement: Embodied Response and Multimodal Facilitation
  • 10. Originals and Their Reproductions.
Description
ix, 191 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-185) and index.
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