HOW TO USE ‘SEE THINK ME WE’ THINKING ROUTINE WITH ARTWORKS

SUMMARY

Today I’m discussing how to use the ‘See Think Me We’ thinking routine to create personal and community connections with artworks.
This is part of a new series of episodes on the podcast where I share a thinking routine with you and all the insights for how you might be able to use it with an artwork or object with groups – either in-person or online.
‘See Think Me W’e was our ‘thinking routine of the month’ recently in the Visible Thinking Membership. Every month we have a specialist thinking routine online class that gives us the opportunity to discover a new thinking routine or to dig a bit deeper into one we already know.
Here’s how we used See Think Me We thinking routine to discuss Kerry James Marshall’s ‘SOB, SOB’ (2003). For the full blog post, see here.

LINKS

Kerry James Marshall, ‘SOB, SOB’ (2003) https://americanart.si.edu/artwork/sob-sob-7874
Andrew Wyeth, ‘Christina’s World’, (1948) https://www.moma.org/collection/works/78455
Amy E Herman, ‘Visual Intelligence: Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life’
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