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Timeline: Art Inside Out
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A timeline showing the chronological of works alongside historical and cultural events excerpted from the teacher manual Art Inside Out.
Timeline: Art Inside Out
Lesson Plan: The Silk Road
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Students will look at artwork for evidence of interaction between cultures via the Silk Road, and then relate that cultural exchange to the contemporary phenomenon of globalization. Suggested...
Lesson Plan: The Silk Road
Classroom Activity: Making Stamps
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Stamps have been used throughout the Americas since ancient times for creating patterns on textiles, in plaster, etc. They were often made for mass consumption and in some cases were used as articles...
Classroom Activity: Making Stamps
Lesson Plan: Art and Geometry in Ancient America
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In this lesson, students will explore the relationship between geometry and art in the context of ancient American art. Students will determine what kinds of geometric properties are contained in...
Lesson Plan: Art and Geometry in Ancient America
Overview: Renoir's Two Sisters (On the Terrace)
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An overview of Renoir's technical and compositional masterpiece that celebrates the beauty of spring and the promise of youth.
Artist Biography: Paul Cezanne
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A concise biography of Cezanne's life and work.
Introduction: Whistler's Self Portrait
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An introduction to Whistler's delicate self-portrait.
Examination: Rodin's Adam
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An exploration of Rodin's ability to convey physical and emotional torment in his towering sculpture of Adam.
Introduction: Degas' Uncle and Niece
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An introduction to Degas's penetrating double portrait of his young cousin Lucie and her uncle Henri, brought together under difficult circumstances.
Overview: Gauguin's Belief in the "Art of Abstraction"
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An overview of Gauguin's imaginative, decorative painting of women caught in violent winds in an Arles park.
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