ART AND ART HISTORYWays of Seeing by John Berger – “This is a classic art text first published in 1972 to accompany a BBC series by the same name. If you are a student, teacher, or fan of the visual arts, and you haven’t read this book yet, be sure to put it at the top of your reading list. Today more than ever before, it is critical that we teach students how to decipher and interpret visual media. Ways of Seeing, even though published long before the internet, will shift the way you think about how to process visual information.” *Recommended by TED-Ed Educator Laura MorelliArt as Experience by John Dewey – “I love that he pulls the aesthetic out of the rarified and into the everyday. He makes the point of art as absolutely accessible and essential.” *Recommended by TED Speaker BJ MillerBig Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert – “Gilbert has a phenomenal lens on how creativity really works. Throughout the book, she reminds you that if you take creati

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