The production of workshops covering aspects of pedagogy is an integral part of this project and is generously supported by a grant from the John Rewald Foundation. Each workshop leader is experienced in teaching the art history survey in a classroom setting and will offer a tailored thematic lecture plan in their area of specialization based on a limited number of key objects/sites.
The workshops are free to all teachers who can attend. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2013 Workshops
Ø CAA, February 13-16, 2013 – Introducing Art History Teaching Resources
Join us at the annual CAA conference for a poster presentation on AHTR, and to use the site & give us your feedback.
Ø April 2013 (date tbc)– Pre-Columbian Art
Leader: Professor Eloise Quiñones Keber, Baruch College and the CUNY Graduate Center
Fall 2012 Workshops
Ø Friday November 16 – Contemporary Art
Leader: Andrew Capetta, Lecturer, Parsons The New School For Design
Ø Friday September 28 – What is a Learning Community?
Leaders: Maya Jiménez, Assistant Professor of Art History, and Cheryl Hogue Smith, Associate Professor of English, both at Kingsborough Community College, CUNY
Spring 2012 Workshops
Ø Friday March 16 – Japanese Art
Leader: Joseph Loh, Managing Museum Educator, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ø Friday March 2– African Art
Leader: Genevieve Hyacinthe, Assistant Professor of Art History, SUNY Purchase
Ø Friday February 24– Korean Art
Leader: Soyoung Lee, Assoc. Curator, Asian Art Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ø Friday February 17 – Creating Meaningful Museum Response Assignments
Leader: Karen Shelby, Assistant Professor of Art History, Baruch College