|Poster designed by H.H. 2011|
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As part of their assessed work for ‘ARCLG141Issues in Conservation: Contexts of Conservation Conservation’ students were asked to design a poster communicating an aspect of deliberate damage to cultural heritage of their choice. The following broad themes were suggested but students were encouraged to explore other possibilities as well:
- Different kinds of vandalism/deliberate damage
- Their motivations and/or implications
- Common misunderstandings and oversimplifications surrounding these actions
- The gap between how heritage professionals react to deliberate damage and the perceptions of the agents of these changes(and the groups they represent)
- Relationships between deliberate damage and art
- Roles deliberate damage may play in the understanding of the past/present
- Prevention and responses
See all the posters here.
And watch this space, we will be commenting writing about these posters in the next few days.