Contents | Advancing Engagement, Volume 3

Foreword: Imagining the College Museum of 2050
John R Stomberg, Florence Finch Abbott Director, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

Stefanie S Jandl and Mark S Gold


Transfer: Learning in and Through the Academic Museum
Liliana Milkova, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College; and Steven S Volk, Center for Teaching Innovation and Excellence, Oberlin College

Thinking with Objects: The Ashmolean Museum’s University Engagement Programme
Giovanna Vitelli, Ashmolean Museum

Connecting Collections: Engaging Students Across the Curriculum at the University of Reading
Rhianedd Smith, Museum Studies, University of Reading

A Collection Behaving Badly: Williams Art Loan for Living Spaces
Sonnet Coggins and Diane Hart, Williams College Museum of Art


Embracing Tradition while Forging an Innovative Path: The Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College
Tracy L Adler and Susanna White, Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College

Bringing University Museums Together: Cross-disciplinary Working in Cambridge
Liz Hide, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Randolph College: A Sequel, A New Relationship and More Controversy
Peter Dean, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP and Bradley W Bateman, President, Randolph College

Contemporary Curating within a Heritage Context
Jenny Brownrigg, Glasgow School of Art

Moving with the Times: Changing Roles for Curatorial Staff at the Manchester Museum
Manchester Museum Collections Team


Look Again… Young People at the Courtauld Gallery
Henrietta Hine, Courtauld Gallery, London

Educational Outreach with Young Offenders: Create and Curate
Sarah Bromage, Stirling Art Collection, University of Stirling

Engaging with the Hard to Reach: From Town to Gown
Wendy Goodridge and Syd Howells, Egypt Centre, Swansea University

Using Animation for Successful Engagement, Promotion and Learning
Amy Smith, Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology, University of Reading and Sonya Nevin, University of Roehampton, London