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Cassandra Broadus-Garcia, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Art
Central Connecticut State University
On 2/10/97, etr wrote:
I am a grad intern. at a museum in the Phoenix area, and I am in the
>early stages of developing educational material for an upcoming
>exhibition on the theme of installation art. I myself am just beginning
>to learn what the definition of installation art is, and similarly, the
>definitions of related terms (sculpture as installation, virtual space,
>etc..). If anyone is familiar with this genre of art, I would greatly
>appreciate any help that may be offered in understanding and defining
>it. Further, I am open to suggestions for gallery activities related to
>this type of art. For e.g., one idea I had would be to somehow give
>school age children the chance to create their own mini installations ...
>possibly in individual boxes (with the instructions to pretend they are
>and the box represents gallery space to display their installation art in).
> I am also wondering if anyone knows of current exhibitions of
>installation art (and corresponding educational material - text,
>activities) at any galleries or museums around the U.S. or Canada.
> -Emily (etr)