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Ecologies of Youth Art Apprenticeship

A Case Study of the Burnaby Art Gallery’s Artist Apprenticeship Project
  • Talya Fuchs
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Abstract

The roles of museums and galleries in educating children and youth are growing as these institutions supplement the learning occurring in schools. The youth art apprenticeship movement seeks to engage youth in art education, career skills development, and more (Charland, 2005). While the majority of art education research has focused on mapping the history of the field and integrating art education concepts into curriculum creation, the effects of the resulting learning experiences on students begs for further examination.

Keywords

Civic Engagement Collaborative Partnership Apprenticeship Program Youth Voice Museum Management 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Talya Fuchs
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  1. 1.Vancouver Maritime MuseumBritish ColumbiaCanada

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