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Museum/Gallery Education research enquiry

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Lindsey Milnes <[log in to unmask]>

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Lindsey Milnes <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 15 Apr 2011 15:07:59 +0100

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Bit of a strange one but......I remember a piece of research/report
about some co-creative exhibition work with school children done in
America (maybe!?) and wonder if anyone else could identify the source?
Bit of a long shot but here goes....  

The report detailed the work of primary children developing
interpretation for an art exhibition which they invited parents/adult
visitors too.  They created bags to hand out to visitors as they
entered.  The bags contained plastic eyes/glasses, lips etc to help them
see the exhibits through the eyes of a child and with new perspectives.

Anyone know what the report was?  Think I accessed it through Jstor or
some other research database but do not have access to these at the
moment.

Thanks,
Lindsey.

-----Original Message-----
From: List for discussion of issues in museum education in the UK.
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Alex Woodall
Sent: 15 April 2011 09:08
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Subject: Sources for researching food

Dear All,
As part of the MuBu East Midlands Food project last year run by
Renaissance East Midlands, researcher Cynthia Brown visited many museums
across the region, and wrote a blog exploring food heritage in the many
museums she went to: http://www.mubu.org.uk/eastmidlandsfood/  
She has also produced this fantastic guide to sources for researching
different aspects of food heritage which we thought would be useful to
circulate to GEM members.  We hope you find it useful.
Best wishes,
Alex Woodall
Digital Access Development Officer



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