Through interactive online sessions, graduate students will build skills in observation, description, and critical writing through examinations of visual art and writing exercises.
Why take this course? With visual art, there is no wrong answer. Relieve some of the pressure of graduate school by connecting with other grad students, reducing isolation and building confidence while learning novel ways to see, judge, and reflect.
Participants have unlimited access to course materials in Avenue to Learn. Each session will involve viewing works from the Museum of Art collections and facilitated dialogue with independent writing activities. Through these activities, participants will explore ways of seeing the world, and graduate students may learn to see their own research and scholarly processes in new and novel ways.
For more information: Nicole Knibb, senior education officer, firstname.lastname@example.org.