Using new kinds of video for teaching art history…

http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-6682717662764323150&hl=en from http://cafesiena.blogspot.com/

A long time ago, I blogged about the new kinds of art history images that were available on Flickr. Check out this very cool video. Now our students can get a sense with these kinds of videos — raw, tourist-y — of the experience of looking at works of art. This is so different from the types of images or videos we are used to using, which were all clean and polished, usually shot when no people were around, de-contextualized…

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