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Class Code
CA108
Module Title
Museum And Gallery Education And Interpretation
Venue
Art Studio, Pantycelyn Building
Town
Aberystwyth
Day
Wednesday
Start Time
2.00pm
End Time
5.00pm
Start Date
11-10-2017
End Date
21-03-2018
Other Date(s)
18/10/2017
25/10/2017
08/11/2017
15/11/2017
22/11/2017
29/11/2017
06/12/2017
17/01/2018
Tutor(s)
Pierse, Alison(Mrs)
Fees
£220.00 (concessions: £180.00)
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Brief description

This module will be taught over two semesters and will provide a practical grounding in art gallery education and interpretation skills. Students are introduced to the various forms of education delivered by practicing artists in art galleries, museums, visitor attractions, schools and are encouraged to get involved with community projects to put their learning in to practice. The aim is to help prepare students for a career as a professional practicing
artist by delivering a practical and interactive educational programme. Creative Practice students take the ideas which are explored in their own work into the area of gallery education and are encouraged to communicate both their own work, and that of other artists, to an audience of varied ages, background and ability.
Progression routes from this module lead to employment at public tourist attractions, a PGCE or Artist in Residence programmes. This is not a PGCE.

Please see the following webpage for further essesntial information:
https://www.aber.ac.uk/en/lifelong-learning/art-design/artletters/

Note

This module is at CQFW Level 4

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