Giving tours and facilitating workshops is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to being an Artist Educator at The Andy Warhol Museum. Many people don’t realize how often we actually go out into the field to share our knowledge about Andy Warhol and our passion for the arts. For several weeks before the holidays, fellow educator Jen and I traveled down to Wheeling, WV to work with The Stifel Fine Arts Center and three area high schools- John Marshall High School, Wheeling Central Catholic High School, and Wheeling Park High School.
Using Warhol’s architectural prints as inspiration and photographs taken by Neal Warren, students created multiple layered prints of Wheeling landmarks.
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