Artful Thinking Routines With the DIA Art Center’s April Lee
Designed for educators of all disciplines, this webinar focuses on the Artful Thinking Routines – a group of protocols designed by Harvard researchers to help people think deeply about artwork. We’ll look at web-based collaboration tools for this program, examining individual artworks and other ephemera while considering the effective use of online platforms for future educational experiences.
Originally Recorded June 2013
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