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Specifically, I'll be working with the Cincinnati Art Museum and other
collections that we havbe here in Cinti. I'm interested in what a small
city with a limited collection of original or "important" works can do to
design an experiential art history curriculum that nonetheless imparts an
understanding of the "canon" and not just isolated works.
On Thu, 11 Jan 1996, Gary LaTurner wrote:
> I was just wondering what instructional methods you will be using for
> teaching art history in high schools through museums. Will students be
> actively involved in research, artwork, comparative analysis of works
> over time etc.
> Will you be working from a museum collection or will the museum be part
> of the facilitation for research.
> I'm involved with museum educational programs and would like to know more
> about what's happening around the country.
> Thanks for any support information you may have time to give.