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The Clyfford Still Museum is delighted to be collaborating again with Rizzoli, who co-published our inaugural publication, Clyfford Still: The Artist's Museum, in 2012. Clyfford Still: The Late Works is a wonderful companion to both this earlier volume and also for our late works exhibition (Sept. 18, 2020 - Feb. 21, 2021, dates may be subject to change). The exhibition presents these little-seen works in the spotlight for the first time.
Recommended by Dean Sobel, Exhibition Curator
My first book, Evaluating Early Learning in Museums: Planning for our Youngest Visitors is about two subjects that I am truly passionate about: young children and museums. The book presents developmentally appropriate and culturally relevant practices for engaging early learners and their families in informal arts settings with examples from museums around the world. I hope that this book will become a trusted resource for planning for young children in museums.
Recommended by Nicole Cromartie, Co-Author