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This list relates to the time period Trimester Two 2017 which ended on 27/10/2017
  1. Prescribed Text 3 items
    1. Museum exhibition: theory and practice - David Dean 1996

      Book Prescribed

    2. Manual of museum exhibitions - Barry Lord, Maria Piacente, Ebooks Corporation

      Book Prescribed

  2. Topic 1: Histories of Display 9 items
  3. Topic 2: Exhibitions as Communication 10 items
    1. Museums and their visitors - Eilean Hooper-Greenhill 1994

      Book  Read chapter entitled Museum Communication in Theory and in Practice

    2. The Art of Museum Exhibitions: How Story and Imagination Create Aesthetic Experiences - Leslie Bedford 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book  You will be returning to this book but for now read the chapter entitled "Museums as Education'.

    3. Museum exhibition: theory and practice - David Dean 1994 (electronic resource)

      Book  I recommend reading chapter called "Audiences and Learning'.

  4. Topic 3: Situating Exhibitions within the wider environment: Mission, Vision, Policies 12 items
    1. Museum exhibition: theory and practice - David Dean 1994 (electronic resource)

      Book Prescribed Please read the Introduction

  5. Topic 4: Beginning as you mean to go on: Developing an exhibition proposal 13 items
    1. Advocacy for Visitor Experiences - Polly McKenna-Cress, Janet A. Kamien

      Chapter 

    2. Methods and Techniques - Polly McKenna-Cress, Janet A. Kamien

      Chapter 

    3. Telling stories, raising awareness, creating opportunities for change: Exhibition proposals for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Peace and Conflict - David Dean

      Webpage  Please note that this piece is an introduction to Dean 's students work. you can read their work by clicking on each of the chapters that follow from this link.

    4. Further resources for topic 4 5 items
  6. Topic 5: Getting organised 8 items
  7. Topic 6: Collaboration with communities and audiences 8 items
  8. Topic 7: Working with Designers 15 items
    1. Further readings and resources you may find useful 7 items
      1. Designing for the Museum Visitor Experience - Tina Roppola

        Book  This is a great book, to be enjoyed as a way of extending and filling in the gaps. It is not a quick read, but if you want to understand just how much exhibition design contributes to the visitor experience, this book does it. Hard to set it as a reading as the argument unfolds so dip in and see if it grabs your attention like it did mine!

  9. Topic 8: Something to see, read and experience 14 items
    1. Museum exhibition: theory and practice - David Dean 1994 (electronic resource)

      Book Prescribed Please read pp. 32–66, 67–81, 110–31, 132–41

    2. Further readings and resources you may find useful 3 items
      1. Warrior trail - Australian Museum 1999

        Chapter 

  10. Topic 9: Fabrication, Installation and Travelling Exhibitions: Managing it all 20 items
    1. Touring exhibitions: the touring exhibitions group's manual of good practice - Readings - M Sixsmith 1995

      Chapter  Please read: Lowry, K 1995, ‘Couriers’ pp 208-210

    2. Making it happen, the cultural and entertainment industries handbook [various readings] - R Rentschler 2000

      Chapter  Please read: ‘Health and safety for employees and contractors’ pp 1562-1573

    3. Further readings and resources you may find useful 11 items
      1. Touring exhibitions: the touring exhibitions group's manual of good practice - Readings - M Sixsmith 1995

        Chapter  Please read: Adams, J 1995, ‘Display cases’ and Winterbotham, N 1995, ‘Interactive exhibits’

      2. Museum exhibition: theory and practice - David Dean 1994 (electronic resource)

        Book Prescribed Please read: ‘Exhibition administration’ pp 82-89

      3. Large object pathways - L Breninger 2001

        Chapter 

  11. Topic 10: Opening night and beyond 4 items
    1. Museum exhibition: theory and practice - David Dean 1994 (electronic resource)

      Book Prescribed Please read pp 91-102

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