SFMOMA's interactive media programs offer visitors a dynamic experience of art, aggregating voices and artifacts that give new dimensions to work and put it in an historical context. The result for viewers is a better appreciation of the artwork, the artist, and the art-historical significance of both. Johnson leads the audience through the interactive feature Tuttle: The Presence of Simple Things and demonstrates multimedia learning tools.
Making Sense of Modern and Contemporary Art
Related Exhibition The Art of Richard Tuttle
Friday, July 29, 2005, 12:00 p.m.
Koret Visitor Education Center
Tana Johnson, producer and instructional designer, interactive educational technologies, SFMOMA