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Kathrine Walker Schlageck

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Senior Educator

Phone: (785) ***-****  
Email: k***@***.edu
Kansas State University
2021 Throckmorton Hall
Manhattan , Kansas 66506
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1863, K-State was one of America's first land-grant colleges. K-State ranks first nationally among state universities in its total of Rhodes, Marshall,...   more

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  • Stanford University
  • bachelor
  • master , American history , historical archaeology and museum studies
    College of William and Mary
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The Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, 29 April 2008 [cached]
Katherine Walker Schlageck, Education and Public Services Supervisor
MPMA :: The Mountain-Plains Museums Association :: Board and Staff, 23 July 2015 [cached]
Kathrine Schlageck, Education/ Public Services Supervisor
Winning entries and finalists in juried high school art contest on exhibit at Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site - Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area, 23 Jan 2014 [cached]
This year, Kansans Karen Gerety Folk from Overland Park, Ron Michael from Lindsborg, and Katherine Walker Schlageck from Manhattan have served as preliminary judges choosing the finalists in each category.
Katherine Walker Schlageck is the senior curator of education at the Mariana Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University, Manhattan. Having grown up in Emporia, she received a BA from Stanford and an MA from the College of William and Mary.
Kansas State Collegian: Lectures help patrons interpret art 11/02/01, 2 Nov 2001 [cached]
Katherine Walker Schlageck , education and public service supervisor for the Mariana Kistler Beach Museum of Art , teaches a program about art and aesthetics.The painting was critiqued for its sense of perspective and quality.Jenny Braniff/Collegian
Every other Thursday , Katherine Walker Schlageck , education and public service supervisor for the museum , conducts Arts Above the Arch lectures and workshops in the UMB Theatre at the museum.
The idea of this is for anyone to learn more about art , Schlageck said.
Schlageck talked to the audience about how to present art to children in a way they will understand and appreciate.Schlageck told the audience their interaction with children is very important.
For this to work , you all have to pretend you are kids , Schlageck said.
Schlageck went through two different paintings during her presentation.She asked the audience a series of descriptive questions for each painting and let them respond.
The longer you look , the more things you'll see in this , Schlageck said.
Schlageck said it is a good idea to tell kids to write down everything they saw in the painting because it would help them understand the artwork.
The museum uses the Edmund Burke Feldman's Aesthetic Criticism method of looking at art.This is the same method used by the Manhattan public schools.
Schlageck said it was important to use the same method because children will familiarize themselves with the method.Children also will organize questions and information logically by providing a similar framework for looking at art.
After Schlageck's lecture , the audience divided into five groups and moved into the Donna Lindsey Vanier Gallery.
In the gallery , Schlageck explained the five ways to approach looking at artwork -- aesthetic , narrative , logical/quantitative , foundational and experiential quests.
She said these different quests were important because each child will approach art in a different way.
Schlageck said people should make the art relate to themselves by what she showed them in her interactive lecture.
I have never been exposed to art until recently.
Beach Museum gets taste of folk, 1 April 2005 [cached]
Kathrine Schlageck, education and public services supervisor for the Beach Museum, said the Beach Museum's Arts Above the Arch program is designed to introduce all types of art.
"We try to integrate music, drama, theatre, and dance.The idea is to broaden the interpretation of the exhibition," Schlageck said.
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