Anyone can speak Art! A WFU Spanish Class Visits Reynolda

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Anyone can speak Art! A WFU Spanish Class Visits Reynolda

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Casa Reynolda had the privilege of hosting a Wake Forest University Spanish class earlier this month. Tiffany Judy, Assistant Professor of Spanish, created an unique experience for her students to interact with the Museum’s collections and use objects to practice their language skills. Students explored the Museum, closely observed works of art, and described what they saw in Spanish.

-Taylor Bryan '17


Image Credit: Thomas Cole, Home in the Woods, 1847, oil on canvas, Gift of Barbara B. Millhouse

-Chase Gerber '17


Image Credit: Maurice Prendergast, The Bathing Cove, 1916-18, oil on canvas, Gift of Barbara B. Millhouse

Student Response: 
Yo estaba viendo las cosas de la Casa Reynolda y escogí escribir sobre "The Bathing Cove." Fue pintada por Maurice Prendergast. Es una naturaleza muerta. La forma es abstracta. Es difícil ver las personas y hay barcos en el lago.

-Mike Maugeri '15


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