Research

Mette Houlberg Rung, art educator and PhD-student

The Education department
Tel.: +4525527186
E-mail: mette.houlberg_@_smk.dk

Area of research

Art education aimed at adults.

Read about the PhD-project of Mette Houlberg Rung

Selected publications

Dorthe Aagesen & Mette Houlberg Rung (eds.), Wilhelm Freddie. Stik Gaflen i Øjet! Exhibition catalogue. 2009, National Gallery of Denmark.

”Iscenesættelser”, in: Dorthe Aagesen & Mette Houlberg Rung (eds.), Wilhelm Freddie. Stik Gaflen i Øjet! Exhibition catalogue. 2009, National Gallery of Denmark, pp. 184-201.

“The Art museum and creative citizens”, in: Museological Review, vol. 13, 2007, Leicester University.

“The National Art Museum as a Platform for Self-formation”, in: Aronsson, Peter and Hillström, Magdalena (ed.), NaMu, Making National Museums Program, Setting the Frames, 26–28 February, Norrköping, Sweden, Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings, Issue 22, Linköping University Electronic Press, September 2007.

“Udstillingen som Eksperiment - en anmeldelse af Sharon Macdonald og Paul Basu (red.) ‘Exhibition Experiments’, in: Nordisk Museologi, 2, 2007.

All publications

Contributions to conferences and seminars

The National Art Museum as a Platform for Self-formation. Presented at NaMu Conference, Making National Museums Program: Setting the Frames, 26–28 February 2007, Norrköping, Sweden.

The Temporal and Dialogical Museum Narrative: An Bakhtin inspired Approach to Museum Narratives. Poster presented at NaMu Conference, Making National Museums Program: National Museum narratives. 18-20 June 2007, University of Leicester, UK.

Meaningful Relations - a Bakhtin inspired approach to investigating dialogues at National Gallery of Denmark. Presented at PhD Research seminar, 21-25 May 2007, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.

Other activities and spheres of interest

Member of the editorial staff of Museological Review.

Department of Museum Studies, Leicester University, Student representative for Long Distance PhD students.

Collaboration partners

Museums Studies, Leicester University

Kulturarvens forskerskole

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