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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
Based on an interactive and educational exhibition on view at the Art Institute of Chicago from 2003–2007; this manual explores the museum's diverse collection through eleven works that relate to the...
Teacher Manual: Faces, Places, & Inner Spaces
This Art Institute manual uses the kimono to explore Japanese cultural history and to stimulate multicultural discoveries in art, social studies, and language arts. Includes a historical essay,...
Teacher Manual: The Japanese Kimono
Placidus Sprenger, a Benedictine monk, print historian, and librarian in eighteenth-century Bavaria, collected devotional prints when these pilgrimage souvenirs had become less spiritually central to...
Turning the Pages: Devotional Scrapbook, 1798
An introduction to Cassatt's series of prints, inspired by Japanese woodblock prints, of scenes from a woman's daily life.
Video: Cassatt and Printmaking
Since in the mid-1960s Sturtevant has meticulously re-created works by other artists—including Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein, George Segal, Claes Oldenburg, Robert...
Video: Lecture with Elaine Sturtevant
Erin Hogan, director of public affairs, and Jill Bugajski, research associate, walk through and discuss the origins and themes of Windows on the War, an exhibition of Soviet TASS posters from World...
Video: Overview of Windows on the War—Soviet TASS Posters at Home and Abroad, 1941-1945
The Windows on the War exhibition team contracted artist Alexis Petroff to re-create a stenciled and painted TASS poster in order to reveal the amazing amount of handwork required in the...
Video: Recreation of a TASS Print with Alexis Petroff
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