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We received some fifty exceptionally high-quality submissions in response to our recent Call for Papers - making it more difficult than usual to choose which to include! The outstanding chapters and case studies we've selected for inclusion will provide invaluable insights into a wide range of effective and innovative art interpretation programmes and we're grateful to the authors for their willingness to share their experience.
We'll be publishing the book later this year but, meantime, here's a sneak-peak at the contents (the final titles may change):Dana Allen-Greil, National Gallery of Art: Interpreting Art through Social MediaJackie Armstrong, MoMA: Interactive Learning LoungesCheryl Avery, University of Saskatchewan: Archival InterpretationAnn Blokland, Van Gogh Museum: Interpreting van GoghClaire Bown, The Thinking Museum: Visible Thinking & InterpretationBethany Corriveau, Cleveland Museum of Art: Creating Interpretive Programs for AdultsJennifer Foley, Cleveland Museum of Art: Mobile Technology & Interpretive ContentJuliette Fritsch, Peabody Essex Museum: Experiencing the Creative ProcessEmily Fry, Peabody Essex Museum: Emotional MappingAshley Gallant, Usher Gallery Lincoln: ViewpointsJackie Hay, Morris Hargreaves Macintyre: Interpretation at the Art Institute of ChicagoHenrietta Hine, Courtauld Institute of Art: Late Events as Interpretation ToolsElizabeth Manekin, Yale University Art Gallery: Framing as an Interpretive Strategy Mike Murawski, Portland Art Museum: Building Meaningful Interpretation Museum Teen Summit, Nights at the MuseumAllysa B Peyton, Samuel P Harn Museum of Art, Life Is a Highway - Prints of Japan’s Tokaido RoadSally Stafford, Consultant: The Touchstone ProgrammeSwarupa Anila, Detroit Institute of Arts: Visitor-Centered InterpretationJohn Veverka, Veverka Associates: Revealing the Rest of the StoryAndrew Westover, J Paul Getty Museum: Art for the Whole BodyKris Wetterlund, Corning Museum of Glass: Contemporary Art + Design InterpretationAlexandra Woodall, University of Leicester Museum Studies: Object Dialogue Boxes
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