|Title||Participation in the Art Museum: Defining New Models for Public Engagement at Tate Exchange|
This paper takes as a case study the Tate Exchange programme created by the University of Westminster Associate group in 2017–19, which aimed both to engage public participants and to provide a learning opportunity for MA students by involving them as designers, producers and co-creators. It explores how an action research process was used that resulted in two ‘operational models for participation’, and how these models were used to assess the value of the programme.
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|Web address (URL)||https://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/34/participation-art-museum-new-models-public-engagement-tate-exchange?abc|