Seeing My World Through Art is meant to facilitate thinking with and through the arts using routines that make thinking visible. Each episode contains the demonstration of a different thinking routine using artworks from the MAP collection. The routines used in this season are developed by Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School Of Education.
Art Sparks is MAP’s learning series for young people, hosted on the museum’s Youtube Channel. It advocates learning and thinking with the arts amongst children on a global scale. The programme is structured as seasons, with each season having eight short episodes that explore the chosen content through a variety of formats – whether it is thinking routines and art games, or do-along making based demonstrations.
See, Think, Me, We
In this episode, join Young Art Explorer Aanya as she uses the thinking routine “See, Think, Me, We” to look closely and think critically about a photograph from the MAP collection.