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Sunday, October 9

  1. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited 9 Oct 11 - Jami Hi Ladies, here's my first draft. - have done the abstract, intro, current state…
    9 Oct 11 - Jami
    Hi Ladies, here's my first draft.
    - have done the abstract, intro, current state and key challenges.
    - 2 pages completed.
    {Term Paper - Intro_Conclusion_Jami.doc}
    Remember to let me have your drafts by this friday so that I can work on it next weekend.
    Thanks
    Jami

    7 Oct 11 - Jami
    Here's what I think should be the headings for the paper.... Please let me know if ok.
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    8:36 am

Friday, October 7

  1. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited ... - How to market the museums/arts... through traditional media (newspaper, TV, on the bus, MRT,…
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    - How to market the museums/arts... through traditional media (newspaper, TV, on the bus, MRT, underground MRT walkways, shopping malls, places of attraction like th zoo etc) and new media (eg social media) Website / emails - What kinds of information should it put up on its websites?
    Using social media, mobile technology, creative apps for smart phones to target parents...
    http://www.schoolsliaison.org.uk/kids/preload.htm
    - Participatory social media is very useful - e.g. kids giving comments on how much they enjoyed that particular event/activity so as to encourage other kids to sign up, either through tweets, social bookmarking (e.g. Delicious), blogs,or even websites that allow ratings.
    Enhancing content in traditional media? Eg Okto Channel.. can start a series of 101s of Arts and Children… like a 2 minute video… produced by the children… have a competition of sorts
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    9:45 pm
  2. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited ... 7 Oct 11 - Jami Here's what I think should be the headings for the paper.... Please let me kn…
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    7 Oct 11 - Jami
    Here's what I think should be the headings for the paper.... Please let me know if ok.
    Yup I think it is fine - Steph
    1) Abstract
    ...
    ...
    (listing not completed yet...please add on)
    6) Proposals on how museums can promote appreciation of arts - what areas can be explored...
    ...
    do this? ok-steph
    - How to design programmes that appeal to children.. Providing context is important! This is what is lacking in our exhibitions
    - what kind of exhibition to bring in? What kind of spaces will attract children? Explorative, colourful, vibrant... etc
    ...
    - Local and International Outreaches- actual concrete examples to support point.
    - Schools - Instead of bring children to the museums... (in terms of exhibition and art) curators can think of how to bring the “museum” to them! For example... mobile vehicle to go round the schools...
    ...
    (newspaper, TV, on the bus, MRT, underground MRT walkways, shopping malls, places of attraction like th zoo etc) and
    Using social media, mobile technology, creative apps for smart phones to target parents...
    - Participatory social media is very useful - e.g. kids giving comments on how much they enjoyed that particular event/activity so as to encourage other kids to sign up, either through tweets, social bookmarking (e.g. Delicious), blogs,or even websites that allow ratings.
    Enhancing content in traditional media? Eg Okto Channel.. can start a series of 101s of Arts and Children… like a 2 minute video… produced by the children… have a competition of sorts
    ...
    want this??) - Myra-Myra can do this? - I will add to this too - Steph
    - Collaborative spaces – work with schools? This can be woven into physical or digital too.
    - Museum can supplementing the current school curiculum with high quality instruction and programmes catered to children
    - Faciliate co-curricular activities and enrichment programmes, help coordinate partnership with related agencies and industry experts.
    ...
    do this? ok-steph
    Would controversy draw in the crowds? This may apply to young adults or adults but not so much children right? Parents will be too afraid for their children.
    - Where then do we draw the line - what is acceptable for children, what is not? Nudity, violence.... the censorship issue comes into play.
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    5:45 pm

Thursday, October 6

  1. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited ... 2) Keywords Singapore, arts, museums, children, programming.. (etc) (part 3 to 5 I will do …
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    2) Keywords
    Singapore, arts, museums, children, programming.. (etc)
    (part 3 to 5 I will do it - this is how I will break it down for now.. may change later...)
    3) Introduction (1/4 Page – Jami)
    - importance of art - why should we bother? Why should the government/society care?
    ...
    (listing not completed yet...please add on)
    6) Proposals on how museums can promote appreciation of arts - what areas can be explored...
    ...
    3 Page) - Steph can do this?
    - How to design programmes that appeal to children.. Providing context is important! This is what is lacking in our exhibitions
    - what kind of exhibition to bring in? What kind of spaces will attract children? Explorative, colourful, vibrant... etc
    ...
    - Can talk about student ambassadors here...
    - the balance between entertaining and educational in the programmes offered...
    ...
    3 page) - Myra can do this?
    - Local and International Outreaches- actual concrete examples to support point.
    - Schools - Instead of bring children to the museums... (in terms of exhibition and art) curators can think of how to bring the “museum” to them! For example... mobile vehicle to go round the schools...
    ...
    - Participatory social media is very useful - e.g. kids giving comments on how much they enjoyed that particular event/activity so as to encourage other kids to sign up, either through tweets, social bookmarking (e.g. Delicious), blogs,or even websites that allow ratings.
    Enhancing content in traditional media? Eg Okto Channel.. can start a series of 101s of Arts and Children… like a 2 minute video… produced by the children… have a competition of sorts
    ...
    want this??) - Myra can do this?
    - Collaborative spaces – work with schools? This can be woven into physical or digital too.
    - Museum can supplementing the current pre-tertiary education programmeschool curiculum with high
    ...
    and programmes as part of the core curriculum,catered to children
    - Faciliate
    co-curricular activities
    ...
    enrichment programmes, coordinated inhelp coordinate partnership with
    ...
    (1/2 page) - Steph can do this?
    Would controversy draw in the crowds? This may apply to young adults or adults but not so much children right? Parents will be too afraid for their children.
    - Where then do we draw the line - what is acceptable for children, what is not? Nudity, violence.... the censorship issue comes into play.
    - Information overload - again how much outreach is too much
    - How to make the study/learning of art valuable to a child's wellbeing? Can parents or teachers buy into the value of art
    (conclusion to be done last by me)
    8) Conclusion (1/2 Page):
    still depends on people – unless their attitudes change, if the heartware is not stirred then cannot force them to appreciate – perhaps societal attitudes towards art much change first
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    5:58 am
  2. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited 7 Oct 11 - Jami ... if ok. 1) Abstract ... ... Singapore, arts, museums, children, prog…

    7 Oct 11 - Jami
    ...
    if ok.
    1) Abstract
    ...
    ...
    Singapore, arts, museums, children, programming.. (etc)
    3) Introduction (1/4 Page – Jami)
    ...
    government/society care?
    - Why we choose to target children for this paper
    4) Current State of Art in Singapore (1/2 to ¾ Page – Jami)
    - current status of art awareness/involvement (focusing on museums)
    - In terms of spaces, the government has already focussed heavily on providing arts spaces in the last decade; these spaces must be complemented with cultivation of a creative heartware (Chang & Wee, 2003)
    ...
    outreach activities?
    - What are the positive outcomes?
    5) Key Challenges in Promotion of Art (focus on museum? (3/4 Page - Jami)
    ...
    - poor/lack of participation/lack of interest
    - lack of awareness (limited publicity )
    ...
    promote... (training)
    - Quality of programmes must be there...(tailored to children, with the children in mind)
    (listing not completed yet...please add on)
    ...
    - the balance between entertaining and educational in the programmes offered...
    ii) Outreach/Marketing (2 to 3 page)
    ...
    support point.
    - Schools - Instead of bring children to the museums... (in terms of exhibition and art) curators can think of how to bring the “museum” to them! For example... mobile vehicle to go round the schools...
    - How to market the museums/arts... through traditional media (newspaper, TV, etc) and new media (eg social media) Website / emails - What kinds of information should it put up on its websites?
    ...
    Enhancing content in traditional media? Eg Okto Channel.. can start a series of 101s of Arts and Children… like a 2 minute video… produced by the children… have a competition of sorts
    iii) Partnerships/Collaborations (not sure if you want this??)
    Collaborative- Collaborative spaces –
    ...
    digital too.
    - supplementing the current pre-tertiary education programme with high quality instruction and programmes as part of the core curriculum, co-curricular activities and enrichment programmes, coordinated in partnership with related agencies and industry experts.

    7) Other Issues to Consider (1/2 page)
    Would controversy draw in the crowds? This may apply to young adults or adults but not so much children right? Parents will be too afraid for their children.
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    5:51 am
  3. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited 7 Oct 11 - Jami ... if ok. Refer to email sent. 1) Abstract ... 2) Keywords Singapore,…

    7 Oct 11 - Jami
    ...
    if ok. Refer to email sent.
    1) Abstract
    ...
    2) Keywords
    Singapore, arts, museums...museums, children, programming.. (etc)
    3) Introduction (1/4 Page – Jami)
    - importance of art - why should we bother? Why should the government/society care?
    ...
    - What has been done so far in terms of innovative outreach activities?
    - What are the positive outcomes?
    ...
    museum? (3/4 Page)Page - Jami)
    - lack of heartware not hardware
    - poor/lack of participation/lack of interest
    - lack of awareness (limited publicity )
    - RightNot sure if we have the right people to
    ...
    must be there...there...(tailored to children, with the children in mind)
    (listing not completed yet...)yet...please add on)
    6) Proposals on how museums can promote appreciation of arts - what areas can be explored...
    i) Programming -(2 to 3 Page)
    -
    How to
    ...
    our exhibitions
    here can talk about

    -
    what kind
    (example, revamping galleries to be more interactive to engage children, enhancing the collections and artfacts/artworks)
    ii)- Can talk about student ambassadors here...
    - the balance between entertaining and educational in the programmes offered...
    ii)
    Outreach/Marketing
    Local
    (2 to 3 page)
    - Local
    and International
    ...
    support point.
    - Schools -
    Instead of bring themchildren to the
    ...
    and art) curators can also gothink of how to bring the “museum” to them!
    ...
    the schools...
    How

    - How
    to market
    Using social media, mobile technology, creative apps for smart phones to target parents...
    iii)- Participatory social media is very useful - e.g. kids giving comments on how much they enjoyed that particular event/activity so as to encourage other kids to sign up, either through tweets, social bookmarking (e.g. Delicious), blogs,or even websites that allow ratings.
    Enhancing content in traditional media? Eg Okto Channel.. can start a series of 101s of Arts and Children… like a 2 minute video… produced by the children… have a competition of sorts
    iii)
    Partnerships/Collaborations (not sure if you want this??)
    Collaborative spaces
    ...
    or digital tootoo.
    7) Other Issues to Consider (1/2 page)
    Would controversy draw in the crowds? This may apply to young adults or adults but not so much children right? Parents will be too afraid for their children.
    - Where then do we draw the line - what is acceptable for children, what is not? Nudity, violence.... the censorship issue comes into play.
    - Information overload - again how much outreach is too much
    - How to make the study/learning of art valuable to a child's wellbeing? Can parents or teachers buy into the value of art
    8)
    Conclusion (1/2
    still depends on people – unless their attitudes change, if the heartware is not stirred then cannot force them to appreciate – perhaps societal attitudes towards art much change first
    Thanks
    Jami

    More comments - 6 Oct
    Here are more of my thoughts:
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    3:57 am
  4. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited 7 Oct 11 - Jami Here's what I think should be the headings for the paper.... Please let me know…

    7 Oct 11 - Jami
    Here's what I think should be the headings for the paper.... Please let me know if ok. Refer to email sent.
    1) Abstract
    ...
    ...
    (example, revamping galleries to be more interactive to engage children, enhancing the collections and artfacts/artworks)
    ii) Outreach/Marketing
    ...
    the museums... museums (in terms
    ...
    new media (social(eg social media) Website
    Using social media, mobile technology, creative apps for smart phones to target parents...
    iii) Partnerships/Collaborations
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    3:38 am
  5. page Assignment 1 - Essay edited 7 Oct 11 - Jami 1) Abstract ... 2) Keywords Singapore, arts, museums... (etc) 3) Introducti…

    7 Oct 11 - Jami
    1) Abstract
    ...
    2) Keywords
    Singapore, arts, museums... (etc)
    3) Introduction (1/4 Page – Jami)
    - importance of art - why should we bother? Why should the government/society care?
    - Why we choose to target children for this paper
    4) Current State of Art in Singapore (1/2 to ¾ Page – Jami)
    - current status of art awareness/involvement (focusing on museums)
    - In terms of spaces, the government has already focussed heavily on providing arts spaces in the last decade; these spaces must be complemented with cultivation of a creative heartware (Chang & Wee, 2003)
    - What has been done so far in terms of innovative outreach activities?
    - What are the positive outcomes?
    5) Key Challenges in Promotion of Art (focus on museum? (3/4 Page)
    - lack of heartware not hardware
    - poor/lack of participation/lack of interest
    - lack of awareness (limited publicity )
    - Right people to promote... (training)
    - Quality of programmes must be there...
    (listing not completed yet...)
    6) Proposals on how museums can promote appreciation of arts - what areas can be explored...
    i) Programming - How to design programmes that appeal to children.. Providing context is important! This is what is lacking in our exhibitions
    here can talk about what kind of exhibition to bring in? What kind of spaces will attract children? Explorative, colourful, vibrant... etc
    (example, revamping galleries to be more interactive to engage children, enhancing the collections and artfacts/artworks)
    ii) Outreach/Marketing
    Local and International Outreaches- actual concrete examples to support point. Instead of bring them to the museums... museums (in terms of exhibition and art) can also go to them! For example... mobile vehicle to go round the schools...
    How to market the museums/arts... through traditional media (newspaper, TV, etc) and new media (social media) Website / emails - What kinds of information should it put up on its websites?
    Using social media, mobile technology, creative apps for smart phones to target parents...
    iii) Partnerships/Collaborations
    Collaborative spaces – work with schools? This can be woven into physical or digital too
    7) Conclusion (1/2 Page):
    still depends on people – unless their attitudes change, if the heartware is not stirred then cannot force them to appreciate – perhaps societal attitudes towards art much change first

    More comments - 6 Oct
    Here are more of my thoughts:
    (view changes)
    2:55 am

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