Citizenship and Belonging
What does it mean, in the 21st century, to belong to a locality, to a nation, to Europe, to the world? What new forms of citizenship are emerging, and how are old ones being reshaped? The articles themselves tackle more specific questions about art and education. How do the visual arts respond to identities which are complex and shifting? Can art help marginalised groups play a more active part in society? What are the challenges to young people feeling a sense of belonging? How is gallery education exploring these concerns and what role can artists play?
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engage 32: Citizenship and Belonging
Published by engage, London
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Reassembling the Barricades: Further Thoughts on 'What does globalisation mean for education in the art museum?'
Dog-Jam: The Cost of Critical Citizenship
Lawrence Bradby (LB), Debbie Bentley (DB), Kellie Grady (KG), Lesley King (LK)
Quicksands: Museums and Galleries as Controversial Spaces for Citizenship
Quiet Rebellions: Invisible Spaces of Parenthood at CCA Derry-Londonderry
Sara Greavu/Andrea Francke
Citizenship and Museum Workers: A comparative study of Scotland, England and Wales
Dr. Vikki McCall
The Global Phenomenon of Tactical Urbanism as an Indicator of New Forms of Citizenship
Understanding the Asylum Seeker as a Model Critical Citizen
Nora Razian/Synthia Griffiin
Artes Mundi: Critical Citizenship through Art
Irish Citizenship and the Economic Downturn
Citizenship in a European Context: Youth Art Interchange II
Case Study from People's History Museum