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Inspiring Learning in Galleries 02

Author(s):Taylor, Barbara / Houghton, Nicholas (Dr.)
Editor(s):Taylor, Barbara
Category:Research
Publisher:engage
Rich Mix, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA
email: info@engage.org
website: www.engage.org
Type:Paperback book
ISBN / ISSN:978-0-9559088-0-4
Publication Date:October 2008
Cost:£10 (including UK P&P)
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Language:English
Summary:enquire research has found that through working with contemporary art and artists children and young people gain important skills related to art that also impact on their broader education and personal development. This publication summarises research into the learning benefits to children and young people of engaging with galleries, contemporary art and artists, carried out by galleries in partnership with universities since 2004 and is a valuable resource to inform practice and for advocacy.

 

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