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Explore the fundamentals of the social studies curriculum through works in the Art Institute's collection. This packet can be used to teach across the curriculum; strengthening children's...
Teacher Manual: Self, Family, and Community
American Art and Culture: Curriculum Resource Guide presents twenty-five works of art from the collections of the Art Institute. The works are divided chronologically and thematically, but works in...
Teacher Manual: American Art and Culture
This brief essay examines The Rock by Peter Blume. Looming in the center of the painting is a monumental rock, fractured yet enduring, a powerful symbol of humanity's tenacity and capacity...
Essay: <em>The Rock</em> by Peter Blume
Looming in the center of the painting is a monumental rock, fractured yet enduring, a powerful symbol of humanity's tenacity and capacity to survive. Men and women struggle to go on living and...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>The Rock</em> by Peter Blume
Works from the Art Institute of Chicago's comprehensive American collection found in this manual include colonial portraiture, sculpture, and landscape art that reflect the young nation in the early...
Teacher Manual: American Art
In this lesson students will examine and compare two artworks, The Rock and Zapata. They will learn about the Mexican Revolution and World War II then write a compare and contrast...
Lesson Plan: Picturing War and Devastation
Looming in the center of Peter Blume's painting is a monumental rock, fractured yet enduring, a powerful symbol of humanity's tenacity and capacity to survive. Men and women struggle to go on living...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>The Rock</em> by Peter Blume
A brief essay focusing on Marsden Hartley's painting Movements, in which the abstract forms that surround the central red circle and black triangle move with a rhythmic flow not unlike that...
Essay: <em>Movements</em> by Marsden Hartley
In this lesson, students will examine The Shelton with Sunspots, N.Y. and Movements and then make their own abstract compositions from images of cityscapes, focusing on how to...
Lesson Plan: Create an Abstract Urban Landscape
Explore the theme of travel and motion in art. The packet surveys the history of transportation: movement on land, water, and, ultimately, lifting off, soaring through the sky. Nine works of art from...
Teacher Manual: Art on the Move
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