Inspiring Action: Museums and Social Change

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In this ground-breaking book, leading international professionals contribute practical, theoretical, historical – and always inspiring – case studies on how museums and galleries are responding to the social challenges of the 21st century, including:
1 Supporting disadvantaged minorities…
2 Helping rehabilitate young offenders…
3 Reskilling long-term unemployed people…
4 Providing new enjoyment for the elderly…

 

Inspiring Action shares pioneering museum experience from the UK, USA, Australia and Africa, exploring the theory and practice of building inclusion and participation into museum and gallery programmes. Among the world-class institutions whose experience is featured here are:
1 Clark Art Institute
2 Dulwich Art Gallery
3 Durban Art Gallery
4 Royal Armouries Museum
5 Tate Modern
6 Tower of London
7 V&A
8 Weeksville Heritage Center

We guarantee you’ll find this book powerful, moving – and an inspiration to action.

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In this ground-breaking book, leading international professionals contribute practical, theoretical, historical – and always inspiring – case studies on how museums and galleries are responding to the social challenges of the 21st century, including:
1 Supporting disadvantaged minorities…
2 Helping rehabilitate young offenders…
3 Reskilling long-term unemployed people…
4 Providing new enjoyment for the elderly…

 

Inspiring Action shares pioneering museum experience from the UK, USA, Australia and Africa, exploring the theory and practice of building inclusion and participation into museum and gallery programmes. Among the world-class institutions whose experience is featured here are:
1 Clark Art Institute
2 Dulwich Art Gallery
3 Durban Art Gallery
4 Royal Armouries Museum
5 Tate Modern
6 Tower of London
7 V&A
8 Weeksville Heritage Center

We guarantee you’ll find this book powerful, moving – and an inspiration to action.

  • Publisher: MuseumsEtc.
  • ISBN: 978-1-910144-86-2