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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!
Luis Perez Oramas, Museum of Modern Art, New York City, examines Brazilian artist Lygia Clark's work.
Audio Lecture: Lygia Clark: A Laboratory for the End of Art
Great activity suggestions and topics for discussion relating to Gauguin's enigmatic painting of women in an Arles garden.
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
Photographer An-My Le reviewed her work highlighting the Vietnam War reenactment scenes and those of soldiers training for Iraq. This lecture was the keynote for the Material Witness symposium that...
Audio Lecture: Artist Talk—An-My Le
Nancy Siegel, Towson University, shows how culinary activism—from tea boycotts in the 1760s to patriotic cakes later served on American eagle platters—has demonstrated Americans' support of the...
Audio Lecture: Seeing Things Event
Maud Lavin, School of the Art Institute, explores contemporary images of aggressive women.
Audio Lecture: Push Comes to Shove
Art Institute exhibition curator Martha Wolff provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 in the seminar also featuring two University of Chicago faculty members, art...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France, Martha Wolf
University of Chicago's French literature professor Daisy Delogu provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 as part of a seminar also featuring Art Institute...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France
University of Chicago art historian Rebecca Zorach provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 as part of a seminar also featuring Art Institutes exhibition curator...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France, Rebecca Zorach
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