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16 MAKING MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS WITH ART S CMAs Education team works throughout the year to create meaningful encounters with art and the museum for a wide range of visitors. Through on- going outreach efforts we establish and enrich col- laborations with our campus and community partners. We experiment with different program models and hone and develop our own teaching practice. Additionally we part- ner on planning teams with other museum staff to create permanent gallery installations and exhibitions that engage visitors in deep looking and learning. In all of this we strive to be reective practitionerspaus- ing often to consider the needs and expectations of our audiences. Through research and discussion our denition of transformational learning in the museum continues to evolve. As we wrap up another year it is useful to look back at the experiences we have created for museum visitors and to consider them through the lens of some of the shared values that guide our work Slow Sustained We strive to create formal and informal experiences during which our audiences spend time look- ing thinking and talking at a pace that allows for close analysis and the sharing of ideas. Active Engaged We encourage experiential and active learning through hands-on activities and behind-the-scenes opportunities. Welcoming Empowering We aim to support our audi- ences in experiencing SCMA as a space where participants feel comfortable condent and connected. Open-ended Interdisciplinary We encourage our audi- ences to form their own interpretations and bring personal points of view to encounters with works of art. MAKING MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS WITH ART Academic Programs Public Education