Art. MoMA Online Courses this Fall 2014. Don’t you love art? Get updated!
MoMA offers seven courses year-round that accommodate varying levels of study. Nearly 1,200 students globally have enrolled in MoMA’s online art courses in 2014. To date, approximately 5,300 students from 76 countries have participated in the online courses since the program’s inception. The top 10 countries with the highest enrollment include the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Great Britain (UK), Spain, India, France and China.
In 2014, the course Catalysts: Artists Creating with Sound, Video, and Time won the “Best of Web in Education” award from the Museums & the Web conference. The American Alliance of Museums Media and Technology Professional Network’s annual MUSE awards recognized the MoMA Digital Learning project Art & Inquiry, which earned an “honorable mention” in the “Education and Outreach” category.
MoMA Courses Online are made possible by a partnership with Volkswagen of America.
Art. Planning a visit to MoMA is irresistible this season. The first-ever retrospective of the widely admired artist Robert Gober is now on view, featuring over 130 deeply compelling works exploring themes such as sex, death, and domesticity. November 2014.