Faculty Workshop Agendas from the Allen Memorial Art Museum

During a recent Coffee Gathering: Curriculum Development Workshops with Liliana Milkova, Liliana Milkova discussed successful Curriculum Development Workshops she has hosted at Oberlin’s Allen Memorial Art Museum.

If you are organizing faculty workshops for professors or staff at your academic museum or gallery to integrate collections or exhibitions into their syllabi, you may find Liliana Milkova’s sample agendas a helpful resource.

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App Allows Users to View Artist-Designed AR Projects—ARTnews

‘A New Model for Public Art’: With ‘Coordinates’ Feature, 4th Wall App Allows Users to View Artist-Designed AR Projects

When the Los Angeles–based artist Nancy Baker Cahill created the augmented reality app 4th Wall in February, she wanted to share her art with a wider audience and give her works’ viewers more agency. In its initial iteration, the app enabled people around the world to see Baker Cahill’s works on paper and virtual reality drawings, which often focus on the human body as a site of struggle, as augmented reality—that is, transposed onto her viewers’ environment via their Androids, iPhones, and iPads.

Teach Visual

Teach Visual

TEACH VISUAL was developed by academic museum/gallery staff to support faculty from all disciplines in using their campus museum/gallery as a resource for teaching.