Art History Festival | Public Art, Personal Depth
In this session we will engage with the visual resources in Room 29: French Painting, 1600–1700. As we do so, we will consider how to use free public collections and resources creatively and strategically in order to clarify deeply held personal interests and concerns and, from there, to design a range of deeply meaningful self-directed learning projects for ourselves, our families, or communities.
Jorella Andrews is Director of Research for Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London.
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