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May 28, 2013  |  Learning and Engagement
MoMA Online Courses: Creating Color
Johannes Itten. Color Sphere in 7 Light Values and 12 Tones (Farbenkugel in 7 Lichtstufen und 12 Tönen). 1921. Lithograph

Johannes Itten. Color Sphere in 7 Light Values and 12 Tones (Farbenkugel in 7 Lichtstufen und 12 Tönen). 1921. Lithograph, composition (irreg): 17 3/16 x 11 7/16″ (43.7 x 29 cm); sheet: 18 5/8 x 12 9/16″ (47.3 x 31.9 cm). Committee on Prints and Illustrated Books Fund. © 2013 Johannes Itten/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/PROLITTERIS, Switzerland

“Color deceives continuously.” – Josef Albers

Take a deep breath…

Eugène Delacroix, Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Post-Impressionists Read more

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February 27, 2013  |  Events & Programs
How to Make Online Courses for Museums
Pablo Helguera and Eva Respini discuss the work of Cindy Sherman. Shown: Cindy Sherman. Untitled #474. 2008

Pablo Helguera and Eva Respini discuss the work of Cindy Sherman in a MoMA online course. Shown: Cindy Sherman. Untitled #474. 2008. Chromogenic color print. Acquired through the generosity of an anonymous donor, Michael Lynne, Charles Heilbronn, and the Carol and David Appel Family Fund. © 2013 Cindy Sherman

As Director of Digital Learning in the Department of Education, I answer many questions about how MoMA makes online courses. Here are my top six thoughts, aka The Six Ts: Read more

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December 16, 2010  |  Events & Programs
Teaching Online at MoMA
Kathy King, Interior Monologue (2010)

Kathy King. Interior Monologue. 2010

When I began teaching at MoMA several years ago, I realized that it was the perfect place to use my background as a conservator, artist, and art historian, since the collection already provided the best learning resource: the artworks themselves. Read more

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Learning Online: MoMA’s Courses Go Digital

Independent Conservator and Instructor Corey D’Augustine demonstrates Jackson Pollock’s painting techniques in the online course Materials and Techniques of Postwar Abstract Painting.

MoMA’s Education Department prides itself on crafting personal experiences with works of art for our visitors. In exploring new ways to enhance these experiences, we were surprised to find that video has a remarkable ability to help us focus our gaze in a way that is often very difficult to do in the galleries. It might seem like a strange concept—that looking at a work of art on your computer screen would help you to look and think about art more deeply—but this is precisely what we discovered as we developed two online courses over the last year. Read more