Artura.org

A project of Brandywine Workshop & Archives

Artura.org Introductory Webinar

Using Artura in the Classroom and Art Museums this Fall

Join us for a free 1-hour webinar including a brief presentation about our new platform, artura.org, followed by a Q&A.

Dates & Times

  • Thursday, October 22nd - 7pm EST

Featured Speakers

Allan L. Edmunds

INTERIM PROJECT DIRECTOR, ARTURA.org | FOUNDER & PRESIDENT, BRANDYWINE WORKSHOP & ARCHIVES, PHILADELPHIA, PA

The next Artura.org webinar is almost here. A limited number of free spots are available. Join the conversation about the content and special features of Artura that provide easy access to a wide range of contemporary diverse art and curriculum connections that can help teachers connect the visual arts to cross-cultural and cross -curricular learning and instruction. 

Artura.org is the nation’s first free online database of culturally diverse artwork and artists, and an open educational resource for researchers, curators, educators and students. Powered by Brandywine Workshop and Archives, the database and learning resources at Artura.org are conceived and presented in partnership with cultural and educational institutions around the globe.

Our mission is to help as many people as possible to experience the wonder of learning from other cultures and to bring our extensive and diverse art collection and instructional resources to the widest possible audiences.

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