The museum team looked at their collection as a whole, from sculpture, to painting, to print and photography, and wanted to equip every visitor to the museum with new ways to look closer at art. Our team developed sixteen interactive games that teach visitors four foundational art history concepts: Composition, Symbols, Purpose, and Gesture + Emotion. In one case, visitors can use their hands to trace out the underlying structures of a painting’s composition. In another, after viewing an ancient sculpture, visitors unlock the meaning of an artist’s use of mythological symbols. A piece of medieval armor hanging in a case may be beautiful by itself, but the opportunity to virtually “wear” it on your own body makes its protective and decorative purpose more clear and impactful. Finally, throughout the museum’s collections, different cultures represent and embody different emotions with different gestures and expressions. Through our interactive experiences, visitors embody these gestures and emotions to gain an understanding and appreciation of artists’ ability to represent the enormous range of human emotions in media from bronze to ink.