1. Artxchange


    from Maureen Coyle / Added

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    Creating a community of practice for K-12 art teachers at the Brooklyn Museum.

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    • Monster Attack! Giant Puppet at the Museum of London


      from Oliver Hymans / Added

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      As part of the Museum Of London's Monster takeover project and the National Big Draw campaign, young visitors to the museum joined professional puppeteer Oliver James Hymans in creating a giant monster puppet as unique and lively as London. The monster puppet was created throughout a week in October at all three Museum of London sites where the unsuspecting visitors witnessed the friendly fiend come to life at the Museum of London on Friday 1st November. See more at: http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/london-wall/whats-on/events-calendar/event-details/?eventID=3515#sthash.ydA9mxPL.dpuf Project Lead Oliver James Hymans Puppeteers Joni-Rae Carrack Robert Beach Damien Hughes Paulo Rivera Will Yates-Johnson www.oliverjameshymans.com

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      • The MFAH is a place for teens!


        from Museum of Fine Arts, Houston / Added

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        hang@MFAH is a program for motivated teens who are interested in everything from video-game hacking to talking about art. Teens can participate in weekly hangouts, gallery talks, workshops & more: www.mfah.org/hang

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        • E2SP


          from The Field Museum / Added

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          An introduction to the Early Elementary Science Partnership at The Field Museum

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          • Erie Canal Museum


            from Karen Kasmauski / Added

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            A small museum sits where the Erie Canal use to be, on a boat on exhibit gives a hint to this body of water has been paved over for commercial growth that no longer depends upon water for transport.

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            • The Art Connection


              from Carnegie Museum of Art / Added

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              For more than 80 years, studio art classes for kids at Carnegie Museum of Art have nurtured budding artists. Among the museum’s distinguished student alumni are artists Andy Warhol, Philip Pearlstein, Raymond Saunders, and Duane Michals. Students in the current Art Connection program develop their artistic skills through gallery sketching, sharing ideas about original artwork in the museum’s galleries, behind-the-scenes sessions with museum staff, and art-making using a variety of materials. This exhibition showcases the work produced by fifth- through ninth-grade students inspired by the creative environment of the museum and its collections.

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              • ArtAccess Museum Explorers Club Travels to Madrid


                from Queens Museum / Added

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                • Small Blessings amulets project - Photography


                  from Pitt Rivers Museum / Added

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                  Eighth in a series of short films following those involved with the 'Small Blessings' amulets project. Here we see how we use photography to document objects and also how ethnographic photographs constitute an important archive in their own right.

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                  • Small Blessings amulets project - Reaching Out


                    from Pitt Rivers Museum / Added

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                    Eighth in a series of short films following those involved with the 'Small Blessings' amulets project. Our education and outreach staff explain how they take a topic such as amulets and use it to engage different audiences, from children to adult community groups.

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                    • Open Studio Participant Mandy Shenkman part II


                      from Queens Museum / Added

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                      The Open Studio sessions are an open space for adults with special needs to use any material they like to create artwork based on their interests and inspirations. Paricipant Mandy Shenkman discusses her experience with Open Studios.

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