The Cantor Arts Center earned a 2015 Gold Muse Award from the American Alliance of Museums’ Media and Technology Professional Network. The Cantor won the Honeysett and Din Award for TandemArt, a software application created by recent Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) students Renee Bruner and Meredith Downing. The app was designed to engage early learners (ages 3–6) and their parents and caregivers with art on view from the Cantor’s collection. Bruner and Downing, both of whom earned master’s degrees in 2014, drew on what they had learned in the GSE’s Learning, Design and Technology program as well as their previous work experience: Downing had taught preschool at the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center in Washington, D.C., and Bruner coded children’s e-books for Simon & Schuster. They created TandemArt, optimized for iPad but accessible from any tablet or mobile

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