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Art Access is an online resource for educators, parents, and students that features selected artworks from the Art Institute's collection of American art to 1900. Historical information, enlargeable...
Website: Art Access: American Art to 1900
Search for artworks and resources in the museum's Impressionist and Postimpressionist collection. Save images and video clips, lesson plans, artists biographies, and more using the scrapbook tool.
Website: Art Explorer
Learn about ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman art in this multimedia guide featuring narrated video clips, interactive timelines and maps, and lesson plans. English and Spanish versions. The "Lesson...
Website: Cleopatra
See lesson plans and resources created by teachers who participated in Silk Road Chicago programs held in 2006–07. Special exhibitions, performances, and programs for schools celebrating the...
Website: Silk Road: Resources for Teachers
View works in the past exhibition Taoism and the Arts of China (2000) and learn about this ancient faith through interactive texts, maps, lesson plans, and diagrams.
Website: Taoism and the Arts of China
This website explores the conservation efforts undertaken on an artwork by Picasso in the Art Institute's collection. Infrared and X-ray analysis of Picasso's The Old Guitarist reveal the...
Website: Revealing Picasso Conservation Project
Art Access is a group of online resources for educators, parents, and students that features selected artworks from the Art Institute's collections. Historical information, enlargeable images, lesson...
Website: Art Access
Essays about the collection of Mary Reynolds, patron of Marcel Duchamp and the Surrealists, with an online illustrated catalogue.
Website: Mary Reynolds Collection
Discover historic mural paintings in eleven Chicago Public School buildings with photographs, information on the murals, and lesson plans for grades pre-K-12.
Website: Chicago: The City in Art
Children (ages 3–12) can learn about art through dynamic and entertaining interactive stories and games. It’s a great way to enrich your visit to the museum.
Website: Curious Corner

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