What's New at Crystal Bridges Online Learning?

Are you looking for a way to tap into the power of immersive reality to help your students curate an art exhibit online? Would you like to find a way to help your students improve their ability to look closely at works of art? Are you interested in implementing a blended learning model in your art classes?

In celebration of Digital Learning Day, we held an interactive webinar “Innovation in Arts Education,” where we explored these questions and more! View the webinar recording and download the presentation slides HERE.

The webinar features the two new online courses developed by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Online Scholar Program. During this hour-long webinar, you'll hear from a panel of art educators who have been teaching with the Crystal Bridges online courses. You’ll also hear from Anne Kraybill, director of education and research in learning for Crystal Bridges, and Kirsten Peterson, director of EDC’s EdTech Leaders Online, who helped develop the courses.

Read about the positive impact of the Crystal Bridges Online Scholar courses in this recent article highlighting our courses being offered in Missouri by artist and arts educator, Diane Denton. "Crystal Bridges is providing opportunities to experience art and talk about it in a meaningful way...The level of academics put into this class is amazing...It was so rewarding to see these kids grow and build confidence.”

Contact us if you would like information on how you can offer our courses in your area.