WHO: those new to the gallery education sector.
WHAT: innovative 4-dya course designed by the Institute of Education (University of London) in partnership with engage, providing an accessible in-depth introduction to gallery education. Hear inspiring case study presentations at London galleries; Meet and learn from experienced gallery educators; Discuss and share practice; Build a greater understanding of learning in galleries; Work with colleagues to identify ways forwards. Seminars and workshops will cover: positioning learning in the gallery; learning theory; the gallery as a pedagogic institution; interpretation theory and practice; and career pathways for gallery educators. Taught sessions take place at the Institute of Education and selected London galleries. Participants will also be required to undertake some gallery-based research to inform discussion.
WHEN: 19-20 April and 3-4 May 2012, 10am-6pm with an extended session on 3 May.
CHARGES: £400 engage members, £450 non-members.
DETAILS: course tutors include Lesley Burgess, Senior Lecturer, Art, Design & Museology, Institute of Education; Dr. Claire Robins, Lecturer, Art, Design & Museology, Institute of Education; Helen Charman, Head of Learning, Design Museum, London; Jane Sillis, Director of engage. Additional contributions will come from academic staff at the Institute of Education and members of engage.
Deadline: 18 April 2012 ** Deadline expired**
Organiser/employer: Engage: the National Association for Gallery Education
[ Added on 14 February 2012 ]
- No payment
- Charge made to applicant
- Experience required:
- No previous experience
- Students eligible:
- UK - London