Intro to Religious Studies: Museums as Sacred Sites

By |July 14th, 2016|Art & Art History, CE, DePauw University, Exhibition Critique, Gallery Exercise/Tour, Museum Staff, Museum Studies / Curatorial Studies, North America, One Class Session, Painting, Public Art/Monument, Religious Studies, Sculpture|

Description: This one-hour classroom exercise was used in an introductory religious studies course. Students viewed a contemporary painting exhibition as [...]

Critiquing Museum Exhibitions

By |July 15th, 2016|Africa, African Studies, Anthropology/Archaeology, Archaeological, Art & Art History, Asia, Asian Studies, Australia, BCE, Biology, Books/Manuscripts, CE, Ceramics, Chemistry, Classical Studies, Communication, Computer Science, DePauw University, Economics, English, Europe, Exhibition Critique, Gallery Exercise/Tour, Geology, Group Assignment, History, Middle East, Mixed-media, Modern Languages, Museum Staff, Museum Studies / Curatorial Studies, Music, Neuroscience, New media, North America, Other, Painting, Photography, Physics, Political Science, Public Art/Monument, Religious Studies, Sculpture, Sociology, South America, Southeast Asia, Textiles, Urban Studies, Winter Term/Summer Term Offering, Women & Gender Studies, Works on paper|

Description: This assignment has been used to break students into groups as follows: Working in groups of three, choose one [...]