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Studio in the Ryan Education Center
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Photo: James Iska, Art Institute of Chicago.
Studio in the Ryan Education Center
View of Completed Flying Carpet
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Photo: Charles G. Young, Interactive Design Architects.
View of Completed Flying Carpet
Lesson Plan: Sport as Social Ritual
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In this lesson plan, students learn the importance of ancient American ballgames and relate them to contemporary sports.
Suggested Grade Level: 4-6
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Lesson Plan: Sport as Social Ritual
Lesson Plan: Divine Faith Discussion
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Akbar (1556-1605) was one of the most influential Mughal emperors in India. To maintain unity and control over his territories in India, Akbar, a believer of ...
Lesson Plan: Divine Faith Discussion
Musecast: March 2007
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This episode of the Art Institute of Chicago's Musecast includes:
Modern Art: Visit the Modern Wing's construction site and find out why we're calling the museum's new wing the...
Musecast: March 2007
Lesson Plan: Create a Chinese Dragon
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Students will learn more about dragons in Chinese culture and create a dragon of their own. Designed for use in conjunction with a visit to the Art Institute. Name: Margaret...
Lesson Plan: Create a Chinese Dragon
Lesson Plan: 1920s Variety Show
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By participating in a variety show of literary readings, musical and dance performances, and an art exhibition, students will gain an appreciation of the cultural achievements of the Harlem...
Lesson Plan: 1920s Variety Show
Detail of Griffin Court
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Photo: James Iska, Art Institute of Chicago.
Detail of Griffin Court
Detail: Daughters of Tamakazura
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Near the veranda of the Emperor’s residence are two tall and slender cherry trees, one that reaches toward the highest golden clouds above, the other leaning left-ward in the direction of this scene...
Detail: Daughters of Tamakazura
Conservation Detail: New Core and Reconstruction 4
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Handa Kyuseido creates a decorative paper for the back of the screens using a traditional Japanese technique where paint is applied through a stencil cut from paper impregnated with persimmon tannin...
Conservation Detail: New Core and Reconstruction 4
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