Susan H. McGuire’s New Book ‘Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork With Children’ is an Educational Journey Through an Art Museum

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updated: Jan 21, 2021

Susan H. McGuire, a theater arts educator, has completed her most recent book “Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children”:  an insightful and brilliant narrative of how to spark children’s interest by making connections to the artwork.

Susan writes, “Students in undergraduate and graduate programs in Museology will learn innovative methods for interpreting and understanding artwork through kinesthetic learning. Readers can benefit from McGuire’s thirty-five-plus years of experience exploring the philosophy behind creative arts in education, and object-based learning, in order to educate and to appreciate works of art.”

Published by Fulton Books, McGuire’s book gives an imaginative glimpse inside an art museum. It educates the readers on ways to understand and interpret different artworks found in the museum.

The use and discussion of different academic concepts can help in discovering different innovative ways in connecting and create meaning from a certain artwork. It also shares a variety of ideas and inspiration on how one can express their own creativity.

Readers who wish to experience this awe-inspiring and brilliant work can purchase “Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816

Source: Fulton Books

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