Beyond Bricks and Mortar: reframing museum encounters
Since the late 1970s museums have undergone a significant shift paradigm shift in relation to how they view their overall mission. This shift can be characterised as a turning away from traditional models in which individual curators (by way of scholarship and connoisseurship) dictate how museum audiences should apprehend and understand significant objects of art, science and history – towards a community-centred approach where curators work collaboratively with interested stakeholders to...[Show more]
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