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Lorena Brandford kneels down in front of two program attendees.

‚ÄčLorena Bradford leads a program at the National Gallery of Art. Photo courtesy of Lorena Bradford.

‚ÄčAlumna Lorena Bradford, Manager of Accessible Programs at the National Gallery of Art, has developed new programs to promote empathy among participants. The new programs, "Creating Connections" and "The Art of Looking," follow a new approach to art education, involving slower observation, active listening and mindfulness. As a result, participants enhance critical thinking, discover new perspectives and feel energized. She thoroughly discusses the new approach and programs in her article "Programming Through the Lens of Empathy."

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New programs at the National Gallery of Art, developed and overseen by alumna Lorena Bradford, focus on promoting empathy among participants.

New programs at the National Gallery of Art, developed and overseen by alumna Lorena Bradford, focus on promoting empathy among participants.

2/6/2020
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  • University of Delaware
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