Art tours / Art Education
Ms. Zuber's individually tailored art and architecture tours through museums and urban neighborhoods, and her public presentations, have been celebrated for sparking the curiosity of her respective audiences. Her tours are designed to convey the fascination that lies in the why (socio-cultural context) and how (connoisseurship) of art production, making it accessible to all. Groups led by Ms. Zuber are demographically diverse, from K-12 to high school, family, university, and professional audiences.
Photo: Suzanne Zuber giving a behind-the scenes tour of the exhibition she was working on, Max Liebermann: From Realism to Impressionism (The Jewish Museum, 2006)
"Ms. Zuber is a creative and wonderfully critical thinker who can transition, with ease, from one concept to another as well as from one group to another. Due to her breadth of knowledge, she is able to taylor the tours and workshops for various audiences with ease and finesse. (...) she is one of those rare educators who elicits feedback about her teaching abilities and methods that is beyond enthusiastic."
- Manager of School and Adult Programs, Smithsonian Institution, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York.
"My students were very inspired…(…) Suzanne’s tour and interpretation of the exhibit exposed them to endless possibilities in addition to how to 'think outside the box'."
– New York City High School teacher
"Ms. Zuber gave one of the most comprehensive tours of a museum exhibit we have ever gone on!"
- New York City Department of Education Regional Arts Supervisors
“Suzanne’s tour of the Fashion in Colors exhibition encouraged our educators and parent representatives to aptly consider the cultural and aesthetic aspects of fashion and design in our lives.”
– Director of Programs, Cool Cultures (working with inner city youth)