How can museum educators facilitate experiences with artworks that are meaningful to viewers? How might educators negotiate divergences between visitors' perspectives and official information? What is the place of emotions and bodily sensations in art viewing? This book explores these and other questions key to generative gallery teaching.
Olga Hubard is Associate Professor of Art Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA and collaborates in education initiatives with art museums around the world. She has deep experience as a museum educator, museum administrator and teaching artist.