Contents | Volume 1: Exhibitions and Education


Creativity and the Relevant Museum: A Proposal
John Stomberg, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

Using Collections to Enhance the Student Experience: Developing a New Learning Offer at The Hunterian, University of Glasgow
David Gaimster and Ruth Fletcher, Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow

Mining the Hidden Jewel: Engagement and Transformation at the Ackland Art Museum
Emily Kass and Carolyn Allmendinger, Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina

Crossing the Street Pedagogy: Using College Art Museums to Leverage Significant Learning Across the Campus
Steven S Volk and Liliana Milkova, Oberlin College and Allen Memorial Art Museum

Five Strategies for Strengthening the Teaching Role of an Academic Art Museum
Stefanie Jandl, Independent museum professional


Visual Literacy and the Art of Scientific Inquiry: A Case Study for Institutional and Cross Disciplinary Collaboration
Ellen Alvord, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and Linda Friedlaender, Yale Center for British Art

Three-dimensional Learning: Exploring Responses to Learning and Interacting with Artefacts
Deborah Schultz, Richmond American International University in London

Coaxing Them Out of the Box:  Removing Disciplinary Barriers to Collection Use
Dan Bartlett, Logan Museum of Anthropology, Beloit College


The Living Worlds Gallery at the Manchester Museum
Henry McGhie, Manchester Museum, Manchester University

Setting the Table: The Role of University Art Museums in Creating Communities of Awareness Around Eating Disorders
Laura Evans, College of Visual Arts and Design, University of North Texas

Go with the Flow: Fluxus at Play in a Teaching Museum
Juliette Bianco, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College

The Curatorial Classroom: Creating Opportunities for Engaged Learning in the Academic Museum
Jessica Hunter-Larson, Colorado College

Faculty and Student Curators:  An Exhibit Template for Course Integration
Joy Beckman, Wright Museum of Art, Beloit College


Art, Politics, and Hitler's Early Years in Vienna: Managing a Controversy
Deborah Rothschild, Williams College Museum of Art

Effective Collaborations: The Case of the Dominated and Demeaned Exhibition at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology
Alice Sullivan, Wendy Sepponen and Jenny Kreiger, University of Michigan

Whose Body Now? The Many Lives of a University Medical Collection
Leonie Hannan, UCL Museums and Collections, University College London


Beyond Collections: Big Issues and University Museums
Jane Pickering, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History

Cultivating a Curatorial Culture through the College Library
Laurel Bradley, Margaret Pezalla-Granlund, Aisling Quigley and Heather Tompkins, Carleton College

Pharmacy in the Art Museum: Lessons from an Unlikely Collaboration
Amanda Martin-Hamon, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas; Pat Villeneuve, Florida State University; and Barbara Woods, University of Kansas School of Pharmacy

Where Art and History Meet: A Perspective and an Approach
Rick Riccio, Exhibit Designer and Terry Barnhart, Eastern Illinois University


A Mutually Beneficial Exchange: The University of Melbourne's Cultural Collections Projects Program
Helen Arnoldi, Cultural Collections, University of Melbourne

University Museums Inspiring the Teachers of Tomorrow
Philip Stephenson, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge 

Strategies for Connecting University Art Galleries, Art Education Certification Programs, and Local Teachers
Stephanie Danker, University of Illinois

Peer-to-Peer Tours
Kathy Shiroki, Burchfield Penney Art Center, Czurles-Nelson Gallery, and Buffalo State College


Achieving Preservation and Access in an Academic Museum
Suzanne Davis, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan

University Museums in the Digital Age: The Cravens World Open Storage Teaching Collection at the University at Buffalo
Peter F Biehl and Laura Harrison, State University of New York at Buffalo

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: An Exercise in Curatorial Practice
Louise Lincoln, DePaul Art Museum, Chicago