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Video – The Conversation That Is Art

Important discussion about why it is so important to teach about Art History. #kellybagdanov #arteducation #homeschool #artappreciation #teachingart #arthistory #arthistoryresource #classicalconversation #charlottemason Check out the video below “Conversations in Art” and the full article here on the Blog: The Conversation That Is Art: An Introduction to the Study of Art History.

 

Art is an exchange of ideas that expands our understanding of what it means to be human. Across time, geography, and social constructs, artist reveal the world we live in and challenge us to think deeply about our place in it.  Art extends an open invitation to all, to join the conversation that is art, because art is too important to ignore. Let me know what your think!

 

 

 

 

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