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Course summaryStudy UK and international arts funding modelsLearn the impact of heritage and regeneration policies on regional and national identityDiscover the benefits of arts engagement in education, health and prison settingsInvestigate how issues of diversity are played out in museumsHow you learnYou learn throughshort lecturesguest speakers from the arts sectorstudy visits to important cultural sitesworking on a management project in partnership with Museums Sheffield and other arts
Study UK and international arts funding models
Learn the impact of heritage and regeneration policies on regional and national identity
Discover the benefits of arts engagement in education, health and prison settings
Investigate how issues of diversity are played out in museums
How you learn
You learn through
guest speakers from the arts sector
study visits to important cultural sites
working on a management project in partnership with Museums Sheffield and other arts organisations
discussion of reading
online reflective blogs
This approach allows you to build your knowledge and skills and grow in confidence, becoming a more critical and independent learner. You will be prepared for the challenge of the final dissertation and, furthermore, for the demands of further study or cultural sector employment.
Previous graduates of this course have gone on to work for
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