November 23, 2013

What is Visual Literacy? via @ToledoMuseum

7:35 pm in art,conversations,design dustin hostetler

“Visual literacy is the ability to derive meaning from images of everything that we see. Art museums can teach visual literacy skills because art is a language. It’s a form of communication. To be visually literate, you have to know the alphabet, the vocabulary and the grammar of seeing.”

via the Toledo Museum of Art.

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