Rapport de stage en anglais Galerie d'art Organisation d'évenements Expositions Ateliers artistiques
This report is constructed as follows: the first part presents the gallery explaining its functioning and its philosophy in order to make my role in the organization easier to understand in the second part. The third part of the report analyses the problems I had to face, and what I learnt during my placement. To end this report, I analyzed the art education policy in the North West of England because this is the most recurrent aspect I noticed during my placement. The importance given to the arts in the education was surprising and I wanted to explain why it is so developed.
[...] This process need to be done in a confidence context, that's why Anne-Marie was in charge with this stage. On the other hand, it was interesting to meet the artists before the preview of an exhibition to have a discussion with them about their work and so, being able to explain their process and message to the visitors. APPENDIX LIST Appendix Planning of the events from January to May. Appendix Geographic situation of Wigan. Appendix Presentation of the “Beautiful People” exhibition. Appendix Presentation of the “Reliquiae” exhibition. Appendix The concept of contextualization. [...]
[...] The major actor of the cultural sector is the Arts Council England: it is the national development agency for the arts in the country. Between 2005 and 2008, it is investing £1.7 billion of public funds from Government and the National Lottery. This is the bedrock of support for the arts in England. It is well placed, as a national organisation with nine regional offices working throughout England, to maximise the impact of their current programmes and to expand and develop the work. [...]
[...] In England, Art and culture are placed at the heart of national life, and are organized in a wide network to provide services to children and young people in particular. England offers a wealth of artistic and creative opportunities. The arts are thought to have an important role to play in children and young people's well-being, providing opportunities for enjoyment and achievement as well as developing positive life skills. In this context, the arts can offer freedom of expression, experiences which build confidence and promote self-esteem, attractive career opportunities To achieve a high quality of creative arts and cultural engagement for all young people, arts organizations ensure that young people have access to a wide range of diverse cultural and creative experiences through their all childhood, and to high standards of arts and cultural subject tuition. [...]
[...] This reflects the Drumcroon philosophy and explains its involvement in children achievement. This spirit of mind is essential to know, to be able to understand the involvement I have been asked during my internship. To insert the Drumcroon gallery, I had to assimilate this way of thinking, and to understand the importance of the fact that each child must leave the gallery with good memories, new knowledge and a wish to create, to be able to share his experience and give fancy to his entourage to involve itself in the Art. [...]
[...] The English government counts in part on the art education policy to improve the economic situation of the country and thus make better the quality of life. The government created partnerships with creative institutions to set up the different cultural programmes all over the country. It is in this scheme that Drumcroon involved itself in the Every Child Matters project, giving it the opportunity to pass on its philosophy to young people. CONCLUSION In this report, I tried to convey the results of my experience at the gallery, in order to explain why it has been a positive experience. [...]
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