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engage 11 Inclusion under Pressure

This issue provides a space for those in the field of museum and gallery education to clarify their positions on the controversial subject of social inclusion and thus add to the understanding of the complex ideas involved. Contributors include Phyllida Shaw, researcher and writer; Bernadette Lynch, Manchester Museum; Kahve-Society; Kajsa Ravin, Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs; and others.

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engage 11 Inclusion under Pressure

'Home truths', pgs 8-11
Phyllida Shaw, Researcher and writer on arts policy and management

'If the museum is the gateway, who is the gatekeeper?', pgs12-21
Bernadette Lynch, Head of Education, The Manchester Museum

'The international art world and its exclusions: a coffee-house conversation', pgs22-27

'Subversive social work', pgs28-33
Sophie Hope, Curator

'The people versus', pgs34-36
Mark O’Neill, Head of Museums and Galleries, Glasgow City Council

'The climate of debate: a view from the ground', pgs37-39
Alison Cox, Curator: Family and Community Programmes, Tate Modern;Jane Sillis, Arts Manager, Look Ahead Housing and Care, London

'The backlash to access', pgs40-42
Liz Ellis, Artist and arts educator

'Tailor-made practice', pgs43-49
Roz Hall, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, and Jubilee Arts, Sandwell

'The Hayward Gallery working with the Department of Health'. pgs 50-53
Felicity Allen, Head of Public Programmes, Hayward Gallery, London

'Blind Spot', pgs 54-61
Sally Tallant, Head of Education Programming, Serpentine Gallery, London;Jane Sillis, Arts Manager, Look Ahead Housing and Care, London

'Inclusion depends on professionalisation', pgs 62-65
Kajsa Ravin of the Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs in conversation with Christopher Naylor, Director, engage

'Reviews', pgs 66-68
Emily Pringle, Freelance gallery educator and artist; Felicity Allen, Head of Public Programmes, Hayward Gallery, London


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