Arts Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Arts Intermediate Open Educational Resources

PBS LearningMedia is a free online media-on-demand service developed for PreK-12...

Forest Lawn’s Trolley Education Program provides an educational experience for school groups who may not have the necessary resources or funding available for educational field trips. The per-student fees normally associated with these tours on the Forest Lawn trolley would be waived, and transportation from the school to Forest Lawn via the...

At the Museum of the Moving Image, exhibition tours, film and television screenings, and hands-on workshops help educators teach the core curriculum with the support of a dynamic and interactive environment. Students may learn about art history, the technology of film, video game programming, and much more. Education programs meet Common Core...

The Whitney Museum of American Art offers links to specific works in its Teacher's Collection along with audio and written descriptions. The Teacher's Collection and Teacher's Guides are intended to be used by educators before and after a museum visit. The guides provide information about selected artists and works of art, topics for classroom...

On the third Saturday of each month, the New York State Museum offers fun learning programs for all ages. Their special programs relate to one theme of the month, such as Native People of New York, Dutch Albany, and Coelophysis: One of New York’s Dinosaurs. Families can participate in a “make-and-take” craft activity or a game, and take home an...

In partnership with Open House New York—an annual festival that celebrates design and architecture in the city’s five boroughs—the Frick Art Reference Library offers architectural tours of its thirteen story French Revival Building. Designed by famed architect John Russel Pope, the building was ahead of its time in 1934, featuring technology...

This guide is intended to be used as a resource for teachers either preparing to visit the Museum of the City of New York’s City as Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection or to use in the classroom following a class visit.

Martin Wong, an East Village artist and collector of graffiti art, amassed a treasure trove of...

This Open Educational Resource (OER) combines literature, art, and modern media to help students explore Greek mythology at the Metropolitan Museum. The OER is a map with information about...

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