This is an important point that many miss about art.
This is also the case with other high culture activities including wine tasting.
==Although no one would hesitate to watch a TV show because they haven’t studied enough television history, many people think they do not know enough art history to look at art.== For Linnea West, an educator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Slow Art Day lowers some of the barriers by making the case that there’s something to be gained simply from looking.“You don’t have to come to a work with knowledge you read in a book to get a lot out of it,” she says. 1
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