From the Archives. Smarthistory: a multimedia web-book about art and art history. How Art Made the World . Resources. The classroom activities offered in this section are designed to enrich classroom study of Art and were designed for middle and high school students.
Each lesson could also be modified to be conducted at home. The lessons reference content that exists on the How Art Made the World website, the program series and other websites. Each lesson includes learning objectives, related national content standards, a list of tools and materials needed, the time necessary to complete each lesson and additional online resources. PICTURING PEOPLE In this lesson, students will explore issues and ideas about the human body and its portrayal in many forms of media from comic books to paintings to book illustrations to movies and beyond.
WHAT MAKES A FACE A FACE? National Gallery of Art. NGAkids on CD If you prefer using these programs without a network connection, or if you are having trouble accessing NGAkids online, try our CD-ROMs.
The standalone programs are compatible with Windows and Mac OS, and they do not require the Adobe Shockwave plug-in. The free CD set includes some of our most popular interactive programs: Brushster, Dutch House, Faces and Places, Jungle, Photo Op, Sea-Saws, and Still Life. To install all eight programs at once, order the NGAkids Art Zone "combo" disc pictured above. A second "combo" disc containing 3-D Twirler, Collage Machine, Cubits, Flow, Mobile, Paintbox/Swatchbox, Pixelface, and Wallovers has just been published. NGAkids Art Zone 1.0: The Early Years contains simpler activities with easy-to-use art tools that are suitable for children in grades K-6. Inside Art: An Art History Game. Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History.
Bassano is easily the least known of the great painters of sixteenth-century Venice—a galaxy that includes Giorgione and Titian, Tintoretto and Veronese, and Lorenzo Lotto.
Why this should be so is not altogether clear, for he was an artist of remarkable originality and in his lifetime enjoyed a European reputation. However, the fact that he chose to remain in his native Bassano del Grappa, northwest of Venice, and there established a family practice that included his sons Francesco... More » Home. Art Project, powered by Google. Museum of Modern Art - Lesson Plans. Online MoMA Learning Whether you’re are a teacher, student, or lifelong learner, MoMA Learning is your destination for tools and strategies for engaging with modern and contemporary art.
Download and customize slide shows, worksheets, and other resources for use in the classroom or for independent study. View detail Close The Online Collection MoMA’s online collection includes many artists and objects from MoMA’s departments of Architecture and Design, Drawings, Painting and Sculpture, Photography, Prints and Illustrated Books, Film, and Media and Performance Art. View detail Destination Modern Art Destination Modern Art is an online intergalactic journey: Travel to MoMA and MoMA PS1 with an alien creature! View detail Red Studio Red Studio is a website developed by MoMA in collaboration with high school students about issues and questions raised by teens about modern art. View detail © Copyright 2011 The Museum of Modern Art. The Pre-Raphaelites.