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Scanned Notes

Jotted some notes while reading Mai, Lea, and Robyn Gibson. “The rights of the putti : a review of the literature on children as cultural citizens in art museums.” Museum Management and Curatorship 26, no. 4 (October 26, 2011): 355-371. >> helpful starting point; lots of good refs to follow up on >> then transferred into Mendeley (when appropriate) but some notes more general ideas that popped up as I was reading.


Click thumbnails to read notes.


My ‘snoopervisor-in-chief’ for today.

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ANU Print Repository Requests + other dot points

Requested because I cannot access them online (despite the catalogue saying they are available in electronic format):

Names to remember from Griffin, Des, and Leon Paroissien. “Introduction: learning, the visiting experience and the art museum as educator.” Understanding Museums: Australian museums and museology. National Museum of Australia, 2011. http://www.nma.gov.au/research/understanding-museums/Museums_education_introduction.html.

  • Janette Griffin
  • Lynda Kelly
  • Barbara Piscitelli >> spoke at It’s a Kids’ Thing: Curating, Designing & Programming for Children (EXH-200410)

EDIT

Sent request to ANU Library Services for off campus services registration PLUS to start conversation re: obtaining McRainey, D. Lynn, and John Russick, eds. Connecting Kids to History With Museum Exhibitions. Left Coast Press, 2010. http://www.lcoastpress.com/book.php?id=222. >> otherwise, available from Booktopia ($42.95)