Ohio University

Visual Literacy Gallery

Virtual Visual Literacy Sessions 


Virtual Visual Literacy Sessions are for pre-arranged groups of 10 – 12 participants and feature facilitated discussions around visual artworks with museum educator Lisa Quinn. Larger classes/groups can be divided into two or more sessions. 


Discussions are open-ended and focus on the Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) facilitation method that fosters collaborative, inclusive, community-building dialogue. The process promotes critical thinking, observation and collaboration skills that transfer across disciplines from the arts to education, science, social services and medical professions. The VTS methodology celebrates diverse viewpoints, learning styles and individual experiences and leads to an increased understanding of cultural difference, brings awareness of bias, and encourages empathy.  


Scheduling is flexible and requires a minimum of 10 participants. Sessions are typically one hour and utilize the Zoom platform. Multiple sessions employing a variety of images may be requested. VTS sessions can be designed for all age/grade levels from K-12 to college to adult learners. 


For more information contact: 

Sally Delgado, Curator of Education delgado@ohio.edu