The Clark’s Center for Education in the Visual Arts (CEVA)
is a resource for education professionals from schools, museums, and academia. CEVA’s main purpose is to advance visual arts education by means of a varied program of workshops, colloquia and research, designed to bring the Clark’s education philosophy to a broader, international audience of educators. CEVA’s programs promote discussion, generate ideas and model approaches that help educators enhance their work with audiences of all kinds, to deepen their engagement with and enjoyment of works of art, develop their aesthetic sensibility and visual understanding, improve their analytical thinking, and enrich their lives.
For full details about what CEVA can do for museum educators and volunteer guides (docents), click here