Photo: Beth LaBerge

For Educators


Part of Teacher Institutes

Best known for his photographs of night scenes in Paris from the 1930s, Gyula Halászmore, commonly known as Brassaï, captured the character of Paris’s Montparnasse district, which was famous for its artists, streetwalkers, and petty criminals. In this workshop, participants will explore the exhibition and experience strategies for working with photography in the classroom and in the museum. This half-day professional development workshop is designed for high school teachers, but all K–12 educators are welcome to attend.

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