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Birthdays, Values, Art and 1984

It would seem that you have all been out enjoying the fine weather this week and simply haven’t had the time to blog, or you might have heard that it was me Kate Bentham in as your rubbish host and

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Practice as research: Digital Archives and the RAM Museum

This week Louise Atkinson shares with us the work of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter. Louise blogs about how the museums buildings have developed over the years and also how their approach to collections has changed over time, including an

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The first born, the last post and seven smiles

Hello lovely bloggers, how’s your week been so far? Mine’s mainly been full of cake and reading the super blogs submitted this week. There have been 10 blogs for week 3, all of which I have enjoyed, and I am

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Practice as research

An interesting discussion this week from Louise Atkinson who looks at the relationship between artist and museums. Louise considers how artists have intervened in museums, either through being commissioned to respond to the collection, creating interpretive works, or sometimes even

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Digital, leaders, writers and Santa

Hello bloggers, it’s rubbish host  Kate Bentham here, trying to catch up with all of the fabulous blogs you have posted over the last 2 weeks. Yes, yes, I’m a bit behind but don’t let that stop you submitting a

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Practice as research

Louise Atkinson updates us on her research as part of her PHD. This week Louise takes part in the bi-monthly Artwalk and blogs about two large scale wall mounted photographs by artist Bob Clayden. Louise also hears Bob talk about his

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Looking at things differently, communicating clearly

Apologies for the delay in doing the Week 45 summary (been a bit busier and more tired than I’d anticipated). Thank you very much to those who contributed posts this week. It was great to have a new contributor, John

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