Art classes adapt to coronavirus pandemic

Daniel Zhao, Senior Photographer

An indefinite closure of art studios, labs and museums means that art professors and students have to rethink how they teach, create and share their work.

Even as most of Yale’s classes transition to remote instruction, the art department must contend with challenges unique to its discipline. This includes difficulties with providing live feedback in critiques as well as a lack of access to art materials and studio spaces. To plan for the semester, the Yale Faculty of Arts and Sciences formed a Studio, Performing Arts and Collections-based Courses (SPAC) Task Force to provide guidance for […]

Source: yaledailynews.com

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