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Introduction to Videoconferencing with the Cleveland Museum of Art
Inspired by community festival traditions throughout the world, the museum's Community Arts festivals invite people of all ages to create works of art alongside professional artists. Festival days are free for spectators. Preparatory workshops for each festival are offered for a modest fee.
This lesson introduces students to the Japanese tea ceremony to consider the art and the tradition of the tea ceremony and study the serving pieces
The Connie Towson Ford Teaching Innovation Lab (TIL) serves as a launch -point for object-based experiences in the CMA galleries. The TIL assists classroom teachers, community-based educators, CMA staff, volunteers, and others interested in using the museum as a tool for teaching and learning.
Developed in conjunction with the exhibition Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa (on view through May 31, 2015), this educational resource introduces students to objects produced by a group of linguistically related peoples inhabiting northern Côte d’Ivoire, western Burkina Faso, and southern Mali in an area known as the three-corner region.
(Cleveland, OH) June 4, 2015— The Directors of the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) and the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) annou