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Teacher Manual: Edgar Degas
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This teaching packet was written to complement the exhibition Degas: Beyond Impressionism whichwas the first exhibition devoted exclusively to Degas's work of the 1890s and 1900s. This teaching...
Teacher Manual: Edgar Degas
Teacher Manual: Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time
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This teaching manual was produced to assist teachers in maximizing their educational experience with the exhibition Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time which encouraged viewers to...
Teacher Manual: Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time
Family Activity: Finding Art
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Learn about an artwork made from found objects and construct one yourself. Includes an art-making activity. Introduction: Richard Hunt's...
Family Activity: Finding Art
Classroom Activity: Hero Construction by Richard Hunt
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Includes discussion questions and classroom activity suggestions.
Classroom Activity: <em>Hero Construction</em> by Richard Hunt
Lesson Plan: Finding Polygons in Cubist Art
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Students explore geometric properties and relationships in a two-dimensional work of art. They first search for and identify polygons in a Cubist painting and then use polygons...
Lesson Plan: Finding Polygons in Cubist Art
Family Activity: Hats Off!
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Explore Edgar Degas' painting The Millinery Shop, 1884/90 and decorate your own hat on the activity sheet! Introduction: A milliner is a person who makes hats. Imagine you are watching this...
Family Activity: Hats Off!
Activity: Can you Make a Line?
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Explore the lines in Degas' sculpture of a ballerina and imitate the poses with your own body to make a line.
Activity: Degas's Pastel Portraits
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Explore Degas's drawing of a popular French ballerina and try your hand at a pastel art activity.
Essay: Whirligig, entitled "America" by Frank Memkus
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This essay examines Whirligigs which are wind-powered mechanisms created solely for amusement and first appeared in the American colonies during Revolutionary times. America by Frank Memkus...
Essay: <em>Whirligig, entitled "America"</em> by Frank Memkus
Essay: Cabinet by Herter Brothers
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A brief essay focusing on a cabinet created by Herter Brothers of New York. This cabinet represents art furniture produced in the late 19th century as an alternative to the machine-made furniture...
Essay: <em>Cabinet</em> by Herter Brothers
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