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21 Most of my students had never been to a museum. They were amazed at the variety of art and technique from sculptural gures to how skin and hair is rendered on oil portraits. Our students absorbed so much. In the larger lifelong picture we have exposed young minds to the real creativity and expressive thoughts of world-renowned artists. Holland Hoagland Department of English Pathnder Regional Vocational Technical High School Palmer MA left to right top to bottom Visitor studying reinstalled Diego Rivera fresco young visitors view art students draw- ing and relaxing in a gallery Gina Hall leads a Teacher Work- shop in the Bauermeister exhibition SME-led gallery tour Smith College Campus School students at work Art careful observation and conversations about art infuse life here at the Smith College Campus School. Our partner- ship with SCMA educators is a source of ongoing curriculum creativity as we de- velop projects that utilize the collection to advance the thinking and imagination of our students. Gina Hall and her staff work with our teachers so that when children arrive at SCMA the museum feels like an extension of our classrooms. Sam Intrator Head of School Smith College Campus School and Professor Department of Education Child Study Smith College