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I was recently introduced to the work of Augusta Savage, a black American artist the first half of the 20th century, who will now join Rodin when I think of emotional and expressive portrait sculptures. Marvel at her incredible work below and share it with your children and students with these activity ideas and discussion questions.
Art Spotlight: Hokusai's Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji
Welcome to my Art Spotlight series. In this series, I delve a little deeper into individual works of art to help give you ideas for how to use them in your classroom. For each artwork, I include discussion questions, a short description of its significance and context, and learning activities. Today, I have selected a […]
I’ve written before about how I have a couple lessons that always work in my classroom, and this is another one! Today, my first post as a contributing writer at Real Life at Home went live. In this post, you’ll learn about how I have students write haiku poems about works of art. It’s an […]
I am totally obsessed with teaching art and aesthetics. I use aesthetics puzzles such as the one below to address this fun and engaging philosophical questions in the classroom. Please note, this post includes Amazon affiliate