Have you ever considered all the things kids learn from looking at art?
Empathy. Curiosity. Visual intelligence. Self-awareness. Higher order thinking.
The list goes on and on. But how often do students spend looking at art?
Not long enough.
My friend Cindy is on a mission to change that. She founded Art Class Curator and the Curated Connections Library to share smart, creative, engaging ways to teach art history and art appreciation. With her techniques, students do more than look at art, they connect with it.
Cindy is the real deal! She is knowledgeable, kind and has major passion for art history.
She’s hosting the Curated Connections Workshop a FREE online training, starting August 8th. She’s sharing some of her favorite tips and techniques. You do not want to miss this.
In a future blog post, I will share some photos of Cindy and I at the Boston MFA! What a blast it was walking around the museum with the Art Class Curator herself.
(Affiliate links have been used in this post, although I only recommend supplies, books and workshops I use myself!)