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During Young Contemporaries 2021, Halsey Institute interns interviewed students in Young Contemporaries and the Salon des Refusés. Here, Emma Lang interviews artist Brooke Conner.
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During Young Contemporaries 2021, Halsey Institute interns interviewed students in Young Contemporaries and the Salon des Refusés. Here, Isabel Prioleau interviews artist Audrey Robinovitz.
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We asked our spring 2021 intern Holland to complete one of the activities in the Writing Prompts for Visual Art packet we created to guide museum goers of all ages to engage more deeply with works of visual art. Holland chose to create a haiku about Ivy Brandon's two photographs, Untitled, 2020, and Untitled, 2020.
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We asked our spring 2021 intern Holland to complete one of the activities in the Writing Prompts for Visual Art packet we created to guide museum goers of all ages to engage more deeply with works of visual art. Holland chose to do the "Art Can!" page that asks viewers to find a piece of art in the exhibition that is a good representation of different principles of art and design.
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We asked our spring 2021 intern Emma to complete one of the activities in the Writing Prompts for Visual Art packet we created to guide museum goers of all ages to engage more deeply with works of visual art. Emma chose to do the Bloom's Taxonomy page using Meghan Donohue's painting "All Consuming" in Young Contemporaries 2021.
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We asked our spring 2021 intern Emma to complete one of the activities in the Writing Prompts for Visual Art packet we created to guide museum goers of all ages to engage more deeply with works of visual art. Emma chose to create a Tongue Twister using the Best in Printmaking artwork in Young Contemporaries 2021.
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We asked our spring 2021 intern Adj to complete one of the activities in the Writing Prompts for Visual Art packet we created to guide museum goers of all ages to engage more deeply with works of visual art. Adj chose to create diamante poems for five pieces in Young Contemporaries 2021.
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We asked our spring 2021 intern Desmond to complete one of the activities in our Teaching Resource packet created for the "Larson Shindelman: Geolocation" exhibition. Desmond chose this prompt: “Larson Shindelman create photographs based off of tweets (short captions). For this activity, refer to the photographs in this packet and write your own tweets in 280 characters or less to accompany each. You can also create your own hashtags to accompany the caption and photo."
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When social media first surfaced into society, people viewed social media as a “thing” rather than a “place”, let alone a substitute for reality. As society’s understanding and usage of social media progressed, people literally could form, embellished, and/or escape from any reality with just a press of a button. The relationships between digital spaces and physical spaces are intertwined but they’re not mutually exclusive, no matter how large a physical setting a digital setting always has the potential to reach more people/places.
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We asked our spring 2021 intern Holland to complete one of the activities in our Teaching Resource packet created for the "Larson Shindelman: Geolocation" exhibition. Holland chose this prompt: “A time capsule is a collection of objects put together to preserve the memory of a place, experience, or group of people at one point in time. People often make time capsules for special public occasions, and for others to open many years in the future. You can make one to celebrate a family event, to remind you of a special experience, or to remember friends, family, or school – or something else important to you."
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Monday - Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Open Thursdays until 7pm
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