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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]One of the Colmans
Sun, 16 May 1999 11:27:55 -0400
When I took my workshop in Cambridge, there were several people from the
Minneapolis Institute of the Arts in attendance. Also, VTS has been a pilot
program in Byron. I'm fairly certain that there must be a document of the
study and its results available through VUE in NY. I don't have any e-mail
addresses but you could go to the web site and see if you can find a contact
there. (www.vue.org). I do have to say that the presenters and, in this
case, the developers ( Phillip Yenawine and Abigail Housen) were very
impressive. It was the most intellectually rigorous and stimulating course
that I have had. These people are extremely committed to the process and
believe that it is the absolute best way to discuss works of art with
beginning viewers. However, it is not without controversy as we are
witnessing through this listserve.
Maybe reply: Brie29: "Re: VTS"
Reply: gregjuli: "Re: VTS"
Reply: Linda Kelty: "Re: VTS"