Posts tagged ‘school visits’
May 13, 2013  |  Learning and Engagement
The Ghosts of Gallery 20: Discovering Dan Flavin
Installation shots of students’ Dan Flavin–inspired post-visit project

Installation shots of students’ Dan Flavin–inspired post-visit project

After seven years of working at MoMA as a school programs educator, I still treated Gallery 20 as a glorified hallway. As we scurried through on the way to the more crowd-pleasing Pop art in Gallery 19, I virtually shielded my eyes

August 6, 2012  |  Events & Programs, Family & Kids
Connecting Collections Teacher Institute 2012

Teachers in the MoMA galleries, July 13, 2012. Photo: Tiffany Oelfke

On July 13, 40 teachers from around the globe came to MoMA to begin a weeklong Summer Teacher Institute. This year marked the 10th year of Connecting Collections Summer Teacher Institute

June 27, 2012  |  Behind the Scenes, Events & Programs
Lights, Camera, Action: The School Visits Film Shoot

Museum educators often struggle with how to capture the impact of our programs. There are so many incredible programs offered by the MoMA Education Department for many different audiences that take the form of tours, talks, art-making classes, drop-in programs, and digital and analog games, and documenting a visitor’s experience of these ephemeral events is difficult.