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Galleries: let's ditch the artspeak and artybollocks

30 July 2015
Susan Jones

If public galleries really want to be more accessible, they should listen to George Orwell and never use a long word where a short one will do. Susan Jones argues that with audiences for visual arts now coming from a wider cross-section of the public the language of gallery websites and their announcements to the public need to reflect this and avoid art jargon. and

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Galleries: let's ditch the artspeak and artybollocks