Teaching Art History through the Visual Culture of Contemporary Film | A. A. Sieunarine

I have been teaching a foundation course in Art History at Boricua College for two years. Although all the students live in New York City, home to a plethora of art museums and galleries, getting them to look at art seemed like an arduous chore. After many lectures and slide shows I realized this method […]

OMG Van Gogh Blocked Me on Facebook! / Chio Flores

I recently tried an approach to teaching art history that involved social media. This approach showed how social media, which has become so central to many young people’s lives, can be harnessed to achieve a rich and interactive learning experience that can change students’ attitudes to self-directed research. Students were encouraged to engage with the […]

From Museum to School: Adapting Models of Teaching to Different Contexts | Chio Flores

Sometimes you don´t know your teaching practice has changed until you´re confronted with a different environment and audience. I recently changed gears from teaching in a museum to teaching in a school and the transition has been a radical experience for me as a teaching artist. In February 2011, I moved back to Lima after […]