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" ... the materials presented are scientific, historical or architectural. Any art is in some degree teachable. 4. The chief aim of interpretation is not instruction, but provocation. 5. Interpretation should aim to present a whole rather than a part, and... "
Exhibit Labels: An Interpretive Approach - Page 10
by Beverly Serrell - 1996 - 261 pages
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Heritage Interpretation

Alison Hems, Marion R. Blockley - History - 2006 - 211 pages
...difficulties as well as the blind and partially sighted - and, of course, kids. 5 Catering for children Interpretation addressed to children (say, up to the age of 12) should ideally require a separate programme and not be a dilution of the presentation to adults. When interpreting...
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