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Museum Links for Education

Page history last edited by Frank Curkovic 10 years, 6 months ago

 

GoogleArtProject

3 min. video guide here 

 

ArtNC: North Carolina Museum of Art


Cybermuse

Your art education research site from the National Gallery of Canada


Creative Resource for Teachers (Denver Art Museum)Art images, lessons plans, resources etc. for early childhood to secondary 

We believe in…

  • Using creativity of artists to inspire creativity in teachers and students
  • Making life easier for teachers by providing downloadable art images, reliable information, lesson plans and resources

The Getty Search for lesson plans from the Getty Museum for levels K-12.

The Open Studio: A Collection of Art-Making Ideas by Artists


Guggenheim: Learning Through Art

See inquiry in action in this video as Guggenheim teaching artist Anette Jacque discusses Yellow Cow by Franz Marc with a third-grade class in Queens. The video has been divided into five smaller sections to make it easier to view. [Please note, not all student comments were included in the video, but you can try this same inquiry with your class.


MoMa

The Museum of Modern Art


NGA Classroom

A place where teachers and students can connect art and curriculum from the National Gallery of Art in Washington.


SFMOMAArtThink

is the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's curriculum site, which provides theme-based activities in visual arts, language arts, history and social studies.


The Warhol

Resources and Lessons based

on the work of Andy Warhol


Whitney Museum of Modern Art Project Ideas for Teachers. Excellent!


   

 

CHINA: 5000 Years (Chinese Painting)

INNOVATIONS IN CHINESE PAINTING (1850 - 1950)

THE MODERNIST GENERATIONS (1920 - 1950)

ART FOR NEW CHINA (1950 - 1980)

TRANSFORMATIONS OF TRADITION (1980 - the present)


 

 

 

 

 

 

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