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The new year is upon us, which means that many of us are striving to build new habits. As we all know, resolutions and indeed any kind of change in our behavior is hard. Building new habits requires that we have a deep belief in the power of the change…
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On Thursday 13 October, the sixth annual Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education celebrated the hard work, dedication and innovation of colleagues working within the sector of gallery, museum and visual arts education. The awards are funded by the Marsh Christian Trust and run by engage, the support and…
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This is the first of a series of posts that will explore how Columbus Museum of Art, through the lenses of creativity, experience, and relationships is pushing itself to be more inclusive, accessible, and welcoming to visitors, partners, artists, and community members of all abilities and backgrounds. Myself and fellow…
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Once gain we're partnering to present the 2016 LEGO Design Challenge: 50 Years Past, 50 Years Future. 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act which works to preserve important places all across America. The 2016 LEGO Design Challenge is to create a structure based off of something built…
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When I last wrote, I was tittering with excitement for the Creativity Summit, a once-in-a-lifetime convening of incredible thinkers and questioners both on the stage and in the audience. Since then I have read hundreds of response forms, tweets, sticky notes, and other ways that participants made their thinking visible.…
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Think of a time when you felt creative. What did it feel like, sound like? What were you doing? What were others doing? Close your eyes and spend a minute reliving that experience of creativity. Now, imagine that you could experience that daily – at work, school, home – and…
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