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In this podcast, we take a look at art you may or may not be familiar with and reexamine its significance in our culture.

Disturbing the Piece Do Not Touch | a hands-on approach to art history

    • Arts
    • 4.8, 23 Ratings

In this podcast, we take a look at art you may or may not be familiar with and reexamine its significance in our culture.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Jillybean201341 ,

Entertaining and Thematically Engaging

I really enjoy this podacst for its thematic episodes that succintly teach you about a lesser known exhibit, artist, or movement. Even artwork that I've seen before is rediscovered through Stephanie's description of the context in which the piece was created. My favorite episode so far is the No U-turn exhibit!

Natalie Blueskies ,

Professor’s Resource

I just found DTP while searching for open educational resources. I’m an art history professor, ferreting around for fresh and engaging material to excite students’ learning. I assigned Episode 14 “Is It Art?” this week to an Intro to Visual Arts class with a blog requirement. Students are connecting quickly—most of whom have never listened to a podcast or taken an art class. I just listened to your interview with Michael Cothren—what a “goosebumpily” treat that was. You can bet students in my survey class will be tuning in to hear their author.

Thank you Stephanie! You’re offering lots of gifts to the field. I’m going to now become a “Medici to your Botticelli” on Patreon to help you stick to that microphone.

mherburger ,

So much more to it

Hearing the behind the scenes dialogue in this podcast has given me a much deeper appreciation for the artwork we have in the world and around us every day... crazy to think that what starts as a spark in the artist’s imagination requires so much more effort on the part of so many people to preserve the work so it can be put in front of us at an exhibition. Thank you!

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