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The Art Manuals Unwrapped Podcast

Art Manuals Unwrapped is a podcast that currently features 8 episodes recorded during 2020. Hosts Iyabo Oba and Priscilla Wrightson "unpack the ideas and thoughts of different art manual creators and their unique contributions to the Western European art scene," concentrating on the methods artists and art instructors have used to teach people how to draw and paint. For example, Episode 5 is about...

https://artmanualsunwrapped.podbean.com/
PlayDecide

PlayDecide is a free card game in which players learn about a particular topic, engage with different perspectives, and discuss the topic to refine their opinions and seek group consensus. Each 90-minute game can accommodate 4-8 players (recommended for ages 13 and up), which makes PlayDecide an excellent classroom resource for teachers or a team-building tool for professionals, organizations, and...

https://playdecide.eu/get-started
Sartle Rogue Art History Blog

With a diverse group of opinionated art aficionado contributors, this blog from Sartle aims to mix serious art history with silly and shocking art world facts, peppered with more than a few snarky observations. Sartle seeks to disrupt and democratize the traditional academic art history model, to benefit the world by creating more art lovers, and to help students and teachers spice up their...

https://www.sartle.com/blog-archive/featured
Why Disgust Matters

We have all felt disgust, to one degree or another, in many contexts. PubMed Central, the full-text biomedical and life sciences archive from the National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine, offers the peer-reviewed article "Why Disgust Matters," from the journal Philosophical Transactions B. The article is an insight into this "powerful, but poorly-understood," feeling. Written...

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3189359/
NOVA: Gross Science

Produced by NOVA and PBS Digital Studios (previously featured in the 06-12-2020 Scout Report), the aptly named Gross Science YouTube series provides a variety of short videos and DIY experiments ideally suited for classrooms and other formal and informal educational settings. Answering questions many of us have wondered about, such as why vultures do not get sick from eating rotting meat, this...

https://wisconsin.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/nvgs/