Four Ways of Looking at Art

IB Visual Arts: Four Ways of Looking at Art

This page presents an annotated version of a resource originally created by Tate Education called Ways of Looking. After trying this out resource with both students and teachers we realized that it is a bit too long for use during a museum visit. Some teachers requested a streamlined version so I have modified the Tate"s pedagogical approach, tailoring it more specifically to address key visual arts criteria. The observations...


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