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engage 9 Good practice?

This issue is devoted to the question of good practice in gallery education with essays by artists, curators and educators involved in the encompass project for schools and galleries and in the engage conference, 'Good, Better, Best'. Contributors include: David Anderson, Victoria & Albert Museum; Anne Barlow, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Les Bicknell, artist; Alan Dunn, artist; Anna Harding, Goldsmiths College; Gavin Jantjes, Hennie Onstadt Kunstcenter, Oslo; Sune Nordgren, Baltic; Veronica Sekules, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.

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'Jumping through hoops', pgs 7-12
Anna Harding, Course Director for the Creative Curating MA course at Goldsmiths

'Museums and utopias', pgs 14-15
David Anderson OBE, V&A Director of Learning and Visitor Services

'The "Visible Knowledge Program" as "good practice"', pgs 16-19
Anne Barlow, Curator of Education, New Museum of Contemporay Art, New York

'"Good practice" and creativity', pgs 20-23
Gavin Jantjes, Director of Hennie Onstadt Kunstcenter, Oslo

'Presence and participation at BALTIC', pgs 24-27
Sune Nordgren, Director, BALTIC

'Who needs a Spin Doctor?', pgs 28-32
Alan Dunn, Artist

'The lady at lunchtime: critical incidents in gallery education work with artists', pgs 33-38
Veronica Sekules, Head of Education, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

'What shape is blue?' pgs 40-42
Les Bicknell, Artist

'encompass Arnolfini seminar' pgs 46-53

'Looking at Fabrica' pgs 43-45
Angela Carter, Information Volunteer

'Reflections on encompass' pgs 54-56
Gill Nicol, Curator of Education and Interpretation, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

'Interview with In-Sook Lee, Director of Kyonggi Province Museum Service', pgs 57-59
Evelyn Carpenter, UK community education consultant and Kyung-Uk Kim, PhD student in Arts Management, City University, London


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