Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
Examines the central role of public programming and interpretation in museums, galleries, heritage programs/sites and related agencies, and the relationship with learning and education. Emphasizes approaches which respond to community interests and reflect curatorial priorities. Planning, delivery, management and evaluation strategies for a range of programming approaches are covered.
Notes: - May be taken more than once for credit in different topics with permission of the department.
- Subject to differential fees; consult Fees for Undergraduate Programs, page 42.
Undergraduate course in History in Art offered by the Department of History in Art in the Faculty of Fine Arts.