From interdisciplinary curriculum guides to teaching posters, from Traveling Trunks to educational kits for the visually impaired, we have what you need to bring the arts into your classroom.
A selection of gallery and classroom materials are available in conjunction with the exhibition. The exhibit is on view from March 18 – July 9, 2017.
A selection of gallery and classroom materials are available in conjunction with the exhibition. The exhibit is on view from July 16, 2016 – October 23, 2016.
Blanket Statements: New Quilts by Kaffe Fassett and Historical Quilts from the Collection of the Quilt Museum and Gallery, York, UK
Below is a selection of interdisciplinary curriculum materials in conjunction with the exhibition, Blanket Statements on view from November 14, 2015 – February 21, 2016. All activities meet State and Common Core Standards.
- Blanket Statements Lesson and Activities Packet (.pdf, 475kb)
- Pattern Pieces Lesson and Activities Packet (.pdf, 2mb)
- Blanket Statements Family Gallery Activities (.pdf, 2.56mb)
- Blanket Statements Teacher Lesson Plans (.pdf, 1.36mb)
For more information on Rodin: The Human Experience, on view from Feburary 28 to June 14, 2015, visit the Cantor Foundation’s website.
Below is a selection of interdisciplinary curriculum materials in conjunction with the exhibition, Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography on view from November 8, 2014 – February 8, 2015. All activities meet State and Common Core Standards.
- Lesson One: Create Your Own Galaxy (.pdf, 758kb)
- Lesson Two: A Picture is Worth a 1000 Words (.pdf, 940kb)
- Lesson Three: Where Have We Been, Where are We Going (.pdf, 945kb)
- Lesson Four: Planet Hopping (.pdf, 989kb)
- Lesson Five: The Universe in the Classroom (.pdf, 859kb)
- Lesson Six: The Universe Tells a Story (.pdf, 833kb)
- Lesson Seven: Writing Under the Moon (.pdf, 755kb)
- Lesson Eight: Stories of the Sky (.pdf,1.05mb)
- Glossary and Vocabulary List (.pdf,844kb)
Below is a selection of interdisciplinary curriculum materials in conjunction with the exhibition, Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism on view from March 1 – June 1, 2014. All activities meet State and Common Core Standards.
- Paul Evans Untitled (Floor Sculpture) (.pdf, 637k)
- Phillip Lloyd Powell Fireplace Surround (.pdf, 737k)
- Paul Evans Wall Collage (.pdf, 726 k)
- Paul Evans Skyline Cabinet (.pdf, 731 k)
- Paul Evans Armoire Cabinet (Argente) (.pdf, 733k)
- Paul Evans Corrugates Dining Chairs (.pdf, 723k)
- Paul Evans Sterling Silver Pendant (.pdf, 597k)
- Paul Evans Cabinet (Cityscape II, Faceted) (.pdf, 688k)
- Paul Evans Cabinet (Turning Column, electronic) (.pdf, 695k)
- Paul Evans Container (.pdf, 763k)
- Paul Evans Three Panel Screen (.pdf, 734k)
Prepare your students and take learning in your classroom after your visit with these interdisciplinary lesson plans below. Connect to history, film, fashion, theater, and design. Lessons are based on three themes in the exhibition: Style, Film, and Royalty. Lessons meet Common Core Standards and State Standards in education.
- The Tiara (.pdf, 420k)
- The Mondrian Shift Dress (.pdf, 420k)
- The Princess Grace Bridal Gown (.pdf, 420k)
- The Castle at Monaco (.pdf, 420k)
- The Royal Coat of Arms (.pdf, 420k)
- The Heraldic Crown of Monaco (.pdf, 420k)
Below is a selection of curriculum materials prepared for the exhibition.
Below is a selection of curriculum materials prepared for the exhibition. Materials are courtesy of International Art and Artists, Washington D.C.. Infinite Mirror is developed by Artrain, Inc. and Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA and is toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC. Presented with support from the Institute of Museum & Library Services and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Creative Hand: Discerning Heart Classroom Resources
Below is a selection of curriculum materials prepared for the exhibition. Please note this exhibition is now closed. An activity guide is available for each artist featured in the exhibition. One work has been selected from each artist. View videos on each of the artists on our YouTube Channel.
- Catherine Jansen
- Celia Reisman
- Diane Burko
- Jack Thompson
- Kate Javens
- Peter Rose
- Rachel Bliss
- Robert Winokur
- Susan Fenton
- Syd Carpenter
Please note this exhibition is now closed. Below is a selection of curriculum materials prepared for the exhibition.
- Religion and Art
- Religion and Identity
- Looking at Renaissance Art
- Egg Tempera
- Linear Perspective in the Renaissance
- Contemporary Art and Religion
- Vocabulary: Art Materials and Techniques
- Look Closer: Supper at Emmaus
- Look Closer: The Miracle of the Manna
- Look Closer: Ecce Homo
- Look Closer: The Holy Family
- Look Closer: Renaissance Tapestry
For additional activities available in the exhibition, including a Family Guide and Detail Detective sheets, see our Activities Page.
A collaborative outreach program between the James A. Michener Art Museum and the Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22 that brings original works of art and educational materials to schools in Bucks County. The collection of artwork is owned by the BCIU #22, and maintained in partnership with the James A. Michener Art Museum. Funding for this project has been supported by private, state and federal sponsorships. For more information, contact the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.