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.
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Inside Art: An Art History Game
During the three decades of Augustus Saint-Gaudens' remarkable career, he redirected and invigorated the course of American sculpture away from a worn-out Neoclassical aesthetic to a lively, naturalistic style, while also ardently promoting the nationalistic concept of an American school of sculpture flourishing on American shores. An artist of exceptional talent, Saint-Gaudens was born in Dublin, Ireland, son of a French father and an Irish mother. When he was an infant, his family... More »
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