Art Critique Worksheet/"Crit Cards"
This is a two page Art Critique set that helps to breakdown the sometimes overwhelming process of critiquing artwork. It includes a worksheet that students can complete to critique a piece of artwork in a broken down, more understandable way. The second page is a set of 'crit cards' students can use...
Decoding Style: How to Teach Students to Read an Artwork
How can you tell a Rembrandt from a Vermeer? They both are from the same location and same time period, but they each have their own way of painting, and they are each categorized in
The Most Iconic Pieces of Art And Where To Find Them #Infographic
Some of the most popular tourist attractions in the world come not in the form of famous landmarks, but instead pieces of art. Galleries all across the globe, from New York to Vienna, showcase some of the most iconic pieces of art ever created and provide a wonderful way to while away a rainy afternoon.
Easy to Interpret for a Reason: Analyzing World War II Propaganda Posters
Analyzing World War II propaganda posters helps your students be better prepared to face what we see in magazines, on the internet, and in newspapers today.
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Learn about the intriguing culture and religion of the Australian Aboriginal people with this Australian Aboriginal art for kids lesson plan and project.
Art Around the World in 30 Days - Day #11 - Ancient Egypt
the Art Curator for Kids - Art Around the World - Egypt - Egypt, Hair Comb Decorated with Rows of Wild Animals, ca. 32003100 BCE
Analyzing Presidential Campaign Commercials: A Visual Culture Lesson Plan
Have your high school students analyze, discuss, and write about past presidential campaign commercials and then storyboard their own commercial ideas.
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Art Movements: from Gothic to Realism [by Raphael Lysander -- via Tipsographic] #tipsographic