Art Through Time: A Global View. Fellowship for Native American Fine Art. Learning Through Art. Learning Through Art (LTA), an artist residency program, cultivates student creativity by designing sustained, process-oriented art projects that support learning across the curriculum.
The program sends experienced teaching artists into New York City public schools, where they collaborate with classroom teachers to develop and facilitate art projects integrated into the school curriculum. Read more about LTA's history and structure. This area of the website provides in-depth information about current LTA residencies as well as useful resources for educators, including questions to facilitate discussion of works of art and detailed lesson plans for exploring art projects and techniques in the classroom. Photo: Enid Alvarez. Welcome to the Yellowstone Art Museum.
Games for Kids. Education. DesignPrep is a series of FREE programs, including workshops, studio and college visits, that focuses on all design disciplines from fashion and architecture to product design.
DesignPrep participants also have the opportunity to take part in programs offered through the Hive Learning Network. Various DesignPrep programs are offered throughout the year—check out videos from previous workshops to see the type of experiences offered. Registration is now open for programs. Reserve your spot now! Digital Badges As part of DesignPrep, teens can earn digital badges. Earn a badge now by completing the Badge Design Challenge! Show off your design achievements to potential employers, internships, and school applications by collecting digital badges TODAY! The Scholars Program Interested in being a Cooper-Hewitt Scholar?
Cover Design Competition Every year, the New York City Department of Education distributes thousands of school directories to students and their families throughout New York City. Museum of American Art: Education. Art and Lesson Plans. Welcome to the lesson plans and project ideas section of the Art-Rageous website!
Latest updates are listed on the home page of the site, and if you're looking for something in particular, try entering a word in the onsite search engine. Purchases made by clicking through advertisers' links help to offset my webhosting costs and allow me to purchase new resource materials for my classes. Speaking of webhosting, I've been with Dreamhost.com since 2000 and highly recommend them. If you'd like to start your own website, please click here to get a $50 discount on a year of hosting! If asked for a promo code, enter SpecialSavings. As you scroll through the lesson plans below, I think you'll see why I say that my students constantly amaze me. ArtsConnectEd. Interactives. For Educators. SFMOMA invites you to explore modern and contemporary art and to use the museum's collections and programs as a foundation for teaching and learning.
Our Education Department offers a variety of programs and resources for educators, including professional development workshops and institutes for teachers, online teaching aids, and school programs designed to encourage the exploration of works of art, enhance visual literacy, and foster critical-thinking skills. SFMOMA is on the go through early 2016, presenting new art experiences around the Bay Area as we prepare for our expansion. We'll continue to offer special programs and events for educators while our building is transformed. To register for a specific teacher workshop or institute, please consult the list of upcoming events at the bottom of the Teacher Programs + Events page. SmARTkids. Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception. Haring Kids.
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