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Conference Papers and Publications

The Art on Tyneside research team have given a number of papers, with articles either forthcoming or under development:

Book Chapters

(In press) Rhiannon Mason, Chris Whitehead and Helen Graham, ‘From One Voice to Many Voices: Creating Polyvocality in an Art Gallery Display’. In Viv Golding and Wayne Modest (eds) Collaborative Museums: Communities, Curators, Collections. Oxford: Blackwell.

(In press) Rhiannon Mason, Chris Whitehead and Helen Graham. ‘Place shaped and place shaping: The role of a civic art gallery then and now’. In Ian Convery, Peter Davis or Gerard Corsane (eds) Making Sense of Place. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer.

Conferences papers

‘Art on Tyneside: Exhibiting Place and Identity’, ICCHS Research Postgraduate Conference, Newcastle University, 15-16 June 2009

‘Museums, Communities and the Representation of Place: Co-creating stories of art on Tyneside’, Ideas and Images of the North in Visual Culture, Northumbria University, 25-26 June 2009

‘One Voice to Many Voices: Displaying Polyvocality in an Art Gallery’, Museums, Curators, Communities, Horniman Museum and University of Leicester, 26-27 November 2009

‘The logics of “participation” and “co-production”’, Engaging Communities, Newcastle University, 4-5 December 2009

‘One Voice to Many Voices: Co-production and Museum Displays’, Museum 2010, National Taipei University of Education, Taipei, 17-19 May 2010

‘Frames of reference: art knowledges between curators and communities’, The Inclusive Museum Conference 2010, Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, 29 June-2 July

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