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Situating gallery education

_ London: Tate, February 2008
_ Felicity Allen
_ (E)dition 2

A personal and historic account to show influences, especially from the women’s movement and counter-cultural activism, that have informed the development of gallery education in the UK as a series of distinct, radical and strategic art and pedagogic practices. This article builds on a previous article Gallery Education written with Sue Clive, published in Art with people (Dickson, M., ed), 1995, Newcastle