Educational function of art museums : two case studies from Turkey

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2007
Tan, Ceyda Başak
This thesis analyzes the educational function of art museums, how education in art museums evolved and how an art museum can conduct an educational mission. The concept of the material collections as the educative origin of art museums will be discussed alongside the history of collections in Europe. In addition to the concept of collection, the importance of educational programmes of art museums will be highlighted. Having derived a general notion of the educational function of art museums, the thesis will seek to answer questions such as how museology evolved in Turkey and whether the turkish museology has an educational concern. In accordance with these questions two turkish contemporary art museums will be investigated as case studies.

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C. B. Tan, “Educational function of art museums : two case studies from Turkey,” M.A. - Master of Arts, Middle East Technical University, 2007.