In the museum, there’s a pace you can accomplish that you can’t really get away with in the studio or classroom. It has to do with a very slow and close and more rigorous critical analysis in front of a work that has a certain level of completion and distinction you can’t do with a slide, you can’t do with projection, and you can’t even do with the work that the student made twenty minutes ago. And you have a staff of pros at the museum who can help you navigate that slow unpacking.
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Symposium on Teaching and Learning with Museum Exhibitions: Innovations across the Disciplines
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