Teaching across the Disciplines at the Harvard Art Museum
December 2, 2009
Two-Point Perspective Gallery Talk
Kelsey McNiff, museum educator, university audiences, Harvard Art Museum
Marlon Kuzmick, preceptor, Harvard College Writing Program
Works of art on view and the museum space itself can be used to introduce undergraduates to new ways of thinking and engaging the world around them. Taking the Harvard College Writing Program as an example, the speakers will explore opportunities for teaching in the galleries.
This popular series pairs presenters to consider objects from more than one point of view. The informal talks, by Harvard Art Museum curators, conservators, and educators, and Harvard University faculty members, are designed to stimulate thinking about works of art and encourage participants to explore their own ways of seeing.
Free with the price of admission.
Gallery talks are informal and include discussion.
Limited to 30 participants. Please arrive early.
For more information, please contact Susannah Hutchison at 617-496-8576 or firstname.lastname@example.org.