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Title:Student Audience Development at Krannert Art Museum
Author(s):Shub, Deborah
Subject(s):2009 Spring
Krannert Art Museum
Issue Date:2009
Course / Semester:ARTS 299 Spec Topics in Studio Art: Museums in Action: Engaging the Community
Prof. Anne Sautman
The purpose of this class was to provide students with opportunities to engage in a scholarly examination of research and practices associated with museum interpretation to diverse audiences; and to lead in the development and implementation of Krannert Art Museum educational programs and outreach activities with selected local audiences.
Date Available in IDEALS:2009-07-18

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