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Teacher Manual: Japanese Screens
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This Art Institute slide packet explores how nature, literature, history and daily life inspired the creation of six sumptuous Japanese folding screens. Students will learn how to "read" a Japanese...
Teacher Manual: Japanese Screens
Teacher Manual: The Japanese Kimono
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This Art Institute manual uses the kimono to explore Japanese cultural history and to stimulate multicultural discoveries in art, social studies, and language arts. Includes a historical essay,...
Teacher Manual: The Japanese Kimono
Artwork Resource Packet: Southern Barbarians (Namban byobu)
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This screen portrays a ship arriving in Japan from Portugal with European merchants in pantaloons and broad-brimmed hats bearing exotic products. The Japanese, in long, flowing patterned robes and...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>Southern Barbarians (Namban byobu)</em>
Artwork and Artist Information: Branch Road at Motomachi, Totsuka by Hiroshige
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A brief essay focusing on Branch Road at Motomachi, Totsuka. Includes discussion questions and classroom activity suggestions.
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Branch Road at Motomachi, Totsuka</em> by Hiroshige
Video: Porcelain Kendi, Part 2—Painting in Cobalt
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Porcelain artist Yuki Nyhan demonstrates the painting of a kendi, the basic form of the Art Institute's Chinese ewer. She paints botanical designs with cobalt pigment, using different brushes and...
Video: Porcelain Kendi, Part 2—Painting in Cobalt
Teacher Manual: Faces, Places, & Inner Spaces
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Based on an interactive and educational exhibition on view at the Art Institute of Chicago from 2003–2007; this manual explores the museum's diverse collection through eleven works that relate to the...
Teacher Manual: Faces, Places, &amp; Inner Spaces
Video: Porcelain Kendi, Part 1— Recreating Forming
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Porcelain artist Yuki Nyhan demonstrates the production of a kendi, the unadorned form of the Art Institute's Chinese ewer. She prepares the clay, shapes it, and creates a blank canvas that will...
Video: Porcelain Kendi, Part 1— Recreating Forming
Artwork Resource Packet: Shukongojin
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The Art Institute’s figure of Shukongojin, with his demon-like body, flaring eyes, and mouth stretched in a scream, might have originally terrified an oncoming visitor to the temple he guarded, but...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>Shukongojin</em>
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