Resources for Educators and Students K-12
Through a series of videos and educator guides, teachers can explore art concepts and curriculum connections with their students. Based on four of the Museum’s current installations, these resources are designed as toolkits for approaching art with curiosity and participation, and to enrich students’ visual literacy.
Inside Out is made possible, in part, with generous support from:
Edward and Elizabeth Gardner Foundation Trust
Jane and Phillip Humann
Mark and Irene Kauffman
Visual Arts and English Language Arts (B.E.S.T.)
I can totally do that!
Make Art, See Art, Make Art, Repeat
You are at the right place!
Science and Math (B.E.S.T.)
Visual Math - Wait...What?
The Art Lab
Art at the Speed of Light
Architecture, Visual Art and Math (B.E.S.T.)
What are the basic components of architecture at the Museum? How do they impact the space? What type of elements do you see when you walk into the building?