Students will compare and contrast the impact of technology on artwork preservation, presentation, and experience through participating in a perspective-taking activity as they rotate through stations.
Students will discover a perspective-taking process.
Students will investigate technology’s impact on the preservation, presentation, and experience of a range of artworks.
Students will compare and contrast the impact of technology on 2D, 3D, and digital artworks.
Lead a discussion of the roles of a curator through the think-pair-square-share structure.
Demonstrate how students will complete each station from the perspective of a curator planning a new exhibit.
Share the objective of comparing and contrasting the ways technology has impacted the display of artworks.
Instruct students to complete all activities at the current station before moving on to the next station.
Teacher Prep Time
Student Studio Time
Supplies and Materials
Various examples of 2D, 3D, and digital artwork
Butcher paper, printed prompts, or presentation software
Tables and chairs arranged as stations
Identify Roles of a Curator
Review the roles of a curator.
Brainstorm ways technology may be used in each role.
Share and combine lists as a class.
Consider the display of artworks, including the impact of technology, through the lens of a curator.
Begin station rotation in small groups.
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