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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Donna Braden; Gretchen W Overhiser; Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
|Notes:||"These papers were presented at Henry Ford Museum, in Dearborn, Michigan, in November 1999, as part of a national symposium entitled Old Collections, New Audiences: Decorative Arts and Visitor Experience for the 21st Century."--Preface.|
|Description:||i, 121 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface / Donna R. Braden --
The question of decorative arts / Nancy Bryk --
Our collective challenge: fostering visual literacy in the 21st century / Dorothy Dunn --
Listening to our visitors' voices / Beth A. Twiss-Garrity --
Design(ing) literacy: how to make it happen? / Lisa Podos. Housen's theory and decorative arts education / Philip Yenawine ; Exploring the decorative arts question at the Bard Graduate Center / Lisa Podos ; Setting the stage for decorative arts education / Julie Trager --
Connecting with the visitor at the Victoria and Albert Museum: moving from Programme Design to Gallery Design / Gail Durbin --
Funky and fancy furniture: new life for an old exhibit at Henry Ford Museum / Donna R. Braden --
Evaluating Baltimore Painted Furniture at the Maryland Historical Society / Jeannine Disviscour, Dale Jones --
SPNEA takes a new approach to an old building / Nancy Carlisle --
Making a new home for the decorative arts in Newark: the Ballantine House / Ulysses Grant Dietz, Lucy Brotman, Timothy Wintemberg --
The Hillwood Museum & Gardens Visitor Studies: 1995-1997 / Randi Korn --
Audiences and the changed museum / Harold K. Skramstad, Jr. --
A few steps forward / Kenneth L. Ames --
Who dusts all this? / Beverly Serrell.
|Responsibility:||editors Donna R. Braden and Gretchen W. Overhiser.|