Cultivating the [New] Country: Disclosing Through Curatorship the Cultural and Economic Development Potential of the Australian Regional Art Museum

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Bramley-Moore, Mostyn

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Woodward, Ian

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2005
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This study utilising a 'theory into practice' methodology, interrogates the phenomena of the Australian Regional Art Museum and establishes that curatorship, as a defined visual art practice can sustain the art museum as a viable cultural institution in contemporary regional Australia. It employs a case study of a new model art museum and the curation of selected collections-based exhibitions.

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Thesis (PhD Doctorate)

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

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Queensland College of Art

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Curatorship

cultural development (Queensland)

culture and art

cultural education

regional art museums

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