From Knowledge to Narrative shows that museum educators—professionals responsible for making collections intelligble to viewers—have become central figures in shaping exhibits. Challenging the traditional, scholarly presentation of objects, educators argue that, rather than transmitting knowledge, museums' displays should construct narratives that are determined as much by what is meaningful to visitors as by what curators intend.
Evil and an unquenchable thirst for power that even the fires of hell dare not challenge. Born with the face of an angel and cursed with the soul of a demon, Sevich desires his father’s throne, his brother’s demise and a young girl’s power."Intrigue, suspense, characters with depth, and skillful fantasy world building delivers a riveting reading…
Lisa C. Roberts discusses museum education in relation to entertainment, as a tool of empowerment, as a shaper of experience, and as an ethical responsibility. The book argues for an expanded role for museum education based less on explaining objects than on interpreting narratives.
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