Bursary schedule The aim of my proposed bursary activity was to research and develop making my work accessible to children by integrating Makaton language to communicate signs within the work. There were some changes to my original schedule due to […]
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My aim with this work was to make my Unknown Statue workshop & performance Makaton friendly which I feel was a success. I started with a relaxed performance of a maximum of 25 people and in the second session 75 […]
Glen Finglas sits within the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and the wider area is one of the largest outdoor recreation areas within Scotland. The Glen is between Callander and Brig O’ Turk […]
At the recent opening of the 13th Lyon Biennale, artists have been rewriting the interpretation panels for their work.
In The Interpretation Matters Handbook, a-n contributor Dany Louise brings together a variety of voices from the visual arts to discuss the thorny and important subject of gallery interpretation and ‘artspeak’. In an extract from the book, Simon Martin, director of Pallant House Gallery, Chichester explains the organisation’s approach to accessible and informative text.
Framing art practice within an anthropological perspective is related to ideas about the ways in which cultural context contributes to art practice and creativity. Such ideas show how patterns of thought can re-emerge in societies, through the gradual “restructuring of […]
Generating an income is always on the agenda, isn’t it? Whether you’re stacking shelves at the proverbial supermarket, teaching or administering the creative efforts of others, the standard advice is always to do something completely different so that you can […]
Describes three different prototypes that created new interpretation and visitor interaction.
Loic Tallon describes a piece of independent research into audioguides and their use and potential in galleries and museums.