Audience engagement and the role of arts talk in the digital era / Lynne Conner

By: Conner, Lynne.
ISBN: 9781137023919.Edition: 1st ed.Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013Description: 209 p.Online resources: Ressenya a Interacció Summary: The ruling idea of Arts Talk is a simple one: audience pleasure is deeply tied up with the opportunity to interpret the meaning and value of the arts, and this pleasure is enhanced significantly when interpretation is made social. Conner analyzes the robust arts audiences of the past alongside contemporary participatory cultures to model a new paradigm for arts appreciation centered on audience-powered conversations, both live and digital. Topics discussed include learning and cognition in arts reception and the form and function of productive talk in the digital era. This book is a valuable resource for arts workers and audiences wishing to explore the environmental, social and psychological conditions that allow us to engage meaningfully with the arts. (Font: Editor)
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Acknowledgments -- Preamble: We the Audience -- I. Defining Arts Talk: 1 Road Map to Pleasure ; 2 Eras of Social Interpretation ; 3 Geographies of Social Interpretation -- II. Facilitating Arts Talk: 4 Building Audience Learning Communities ; 5 Fundamentals of Productive Tal k ; 6 Arts Talk -- Conclusion: The Pleasures of Interpretation in the Live ǀ Digital Era -- Notes -- Index

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