Welcome, educators! The Art Institute of Chicago is a rich resource for student experiences and classroom resources that support learning for all developmental ages across all subject areas.
Programs for students engage participants in close looking, thoughtful discussion, and critical thinking with works of art, and connect these experiences with visual art to classroom learning and students’ personal experiences. Explore the diverse experiences we offer for student museum visits, from docent-led tours to hands-on, art-making workshops.
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5 hours 15 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago When the Greeks Ruled: Egypt After Alexander the Great presents almost 40 rare ancient Egyptian amulets, on view for the first time in over 50 years.
Learn more about the power and magic of these diminutive talismans at ARTicle—http://bit.ly/1bEDXFm
10 hours 16 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago Deep within the far right recesses of the crèche and visible only through the side window is a figure that populates every Neapolitan crèche: the shepherd Benito, who sleeps through the joyous occasion, oblivious to the star that the other shepherds have noticed.
On view until January 8—http://bit.ly/J6yIUk