Virtual field trips to intuit
The virtual field trips aim to build teachers’, students’ and general audiences’ knowledge of outsider and self-taught art. The field trips highlight works of art from the museum’s collections and exhibitions in short thematic 20-30-minute videos hosted by Intuit staff with guest features by artists and outsider art scholars. Intuit designed the virtual field trips for students at all grade levels in elementary, middle and high school; English language learners; general audiences; and people with disabilities.
Watch select Virtual Field Trips below or visit our YouTube playlist to see the full series.
Highlights from the Collection of Victor F. Keen
Senior Manager of Learning and Engagement Paula Santos teaches about the materials, the compositions and the subject matters of four works of art in addition to sharing insights into the lives of their creators: Martín Ramírez, Hawkins Bolden, Clementine Hunter and William Hawkins. These works of art are featured in the exhibition Outsider Art: The Collection of Victor F. Keen.
The Lives and Work of Four Black Outsider and Self-Taught Artists
Senior Manager of Learning and Engagement Paula Santos shares insights and stories about four Black artists on exhibition at the museum: Bill Traylor, Sam Doyle, Joseph Yoakum and Inez Nathaniel Walker. These works of art are featured in the exhibition Outsider Art: The Collection of Victor F. Keen.