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* 1. What is the ideal length of time for a virtual visit?

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* 2. Which virtual visit would you sign your class up for?

 
A virtual tour of the current exhibition facilitated by a museum educator on Zoom.
A virtual tour of the current exhibition facilitated by a museum educator on Zoom, followed by an at home creative writing or making session.
A choice of pre-recorded object-based learning modules that are thematically based and facilitated by the classroom teacher.
A choice of pre-recorded object-based learning modules that are thematically based and facilitated by the classroom teacher, followed by a Zoom session with a museum educator.
Virtual studio visit with a BGC artist in residence.

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* 3. What kinds of art materials do your students have at home?

 
Colored pencils
Drawing paper
Markers
Glue
Scissors
Watercolor set
Construction paper
Yarn
Magazines

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* 4. Which virtual professional development workshop would you sign up for?

 
Object Stories! Create short audio stories centered around ordinary objects and the everyday.
Seneca Village. Learn about objects and artifacts related to Seneca Village, a 19th century community of predominantly African-Americans, many of whom owned property, in what is now Central Park.
Powerful Objects! Create an online exhibition based on extraordinary objects in our lives.
What is Tradition? Explore the meaning of tradition through textiles.
Objects and Kitsch: Imitation, Excess and Irony in Majolica Pottery
Identity, Cultural Appropriation and Majolica

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* 5. What types of virtual visits and workshops would you like offered at BGC that currently are not offered?

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* 6. What is your email address to participate in the Amazon gift card drawing?

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