Odette England shares discoveries she and her students made by embracing failure.
Elizabeth Hamilton chronicles an assignment created for the Teaching with Primary Sources workshop that had students look at artists with histories at HBCUs to find connections with their own experiences.
Nathan Rees shares how an assignment using the Archives' Pandemic Oral History Project created connections for his students with contemporary artists and their work.
Michaela Rife writes about using the Chiura Obata papers to create an assignment as part of the Teaching with Primary Sources workshop.
Elizabeth Lamont explores the relationship between Cecilia Beaux and her nephews through their letters.
Writer and illustrator Jessica Esch explores her love of oral history interviews and how they inspired a new art project.
Guest author Angela Smith shares the story of a friendship that was sparked by an oral history interview.
Guest author Marina Pacini examines what can be gleaned from an interview with an artist who does not like to talk about herself in Conversations Across Collections.
Guest author Laurie Stepp shares highlights from the Artists Talk on Art Records.
Guest author Patrica Ortega-Miranda explores how snapshots taken by painter Emilio Sanchez during on his many trips to the Caribbean influenced his artwork.