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Doing, Not Just Viewing: Working Towards a More Participatory Practice

Written by Jackie Delamatre Recently, the use of questions in art museum teaching has been questioned. In their book, Teaching in the Art Museum: Interpretation as Experience, Rika Burnham and Elli...

Written by Jackie Delamatre Recently, the use of questions in art museum teaching has been questioned. In their book, Teaching in the Art Museum: Interpretation as Experience, Rika Burnham and Elli.

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15 of the Best Small, Quirky, and Unusual Museums in the US

Bookshelf: The Exemplary Museum – Art and Academia

Responding to the Getty Cuts to its Education Staff: NAEA president calls it "A Significant Step Backward"

Responding to the Getty Cuts to its Education Staff: NAEA president calls it "A Significant Step Backward"

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Museum visitor engages with Duane Hanson sculpture as part of Shine a Light Portland Art Museum. Photo by Jacob Iller.

Reflecting on a Hybridized Museum Practice

Reflecting on a Hybridized Museum Practice

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Teaching for Independence: Empowering Learning in the Art Museum

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s award-winning distance learning program connects students from all over the country and beyond with the museum to enrich their study of history, languages, science, math, and the visual arts. Through live videoconferencing, students view art and artifacts from around the world while sharing in two-way conversations with museum educators. The program has been recognized with the highest awards in its field: the CILC Pinnacle Award and the Teachers’ Choice award.

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s award-winning distance learning program connects students from all over the country and beyond with the museum to enrich their study of history, languages, science, math, and the visual arts. Through live videoconferencing, students view art and artifacts from around the world while sharing in two-way conversations with museum educators. The program has been recognized with the highest awards in its field: the CILC Pinnacle Award and the Teachers’ Choice award.

Up Close: Distance Learning & Art Museums, by Anne Kraybill, Distance Learning Project Manager, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Up Close: Distance Learning & Art Museums
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