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My reasons for researching the viability of virtual learning platforms in Lahore, Pakistan surface from my own social and practical experiences. From an art student studying on campus in a classroom to an art facilitator teaching photography workshops online, and then to both a student and instructor online due to the recent pandemic, I have observed that the advent of technology is seen as an impediment by older and more experienced art facilitators. Following the stringent rules of a studio in a university, I questioned the veracity of the role of an art facilitator teaching online. Without a doubt most of the people now in Pakistan have access to a mobile phone. This inevitably means that many of us are living in a visual world continuously surrounded by technology. Be it in a grocery store, using an elevator, or eating dinner at a local hotel, it is inevitable to look around and see a lot of the public ‘plugged’ into technology. I wanted to see how technology has the power to free us; and what limitations might surface, if we used it in the teaching of art.
"We need to bring learning to people instead of people to learning."
- Elliott Masie