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Creating Hidden Pictures®
Creating Hidden Pictures®

Lesson

As a longtime illustrator of the puzzle art form, I show what Highlights Hidden Pictures are and how they work. From there, the difference between fine art and illustration is discussed, emphasizing...

Columbia Museum of Art Photo Gallery | Let's Go!
Columbia Museum of Art Photo Gallery | Let's Go!

Photo

The Columbia Museum of Art is the cultural heart of a revitalized downtown Columbia. This museum boasts a wide variety of original and historic art pieces, from thousands of years ago, to present day...
Mask Portraits
Mask Portraits

Lesson

What We Did: Everyone knows that middle schoolers have lots of emotions—most of which change multiple times within a single class period. During my ten years of teaching middle school, I have made an...

Early Grades - Pretending with Scenery
Early Grades - Pretending with Scenery

Lesson

Students will learn about using their imagination to act out a story in an imaginary location, using the setting and items around them. Students will think creatively and problem solve. After some...

Distance Learning Art: Poetry and a Portrait
Distance Learning Art: Poetry and a Portrait

Lesson

Students will create a half self-portrait and write a poem about themselves in the background. Students can choose to write an 'I Am' poem, an Acrostic, or any other type of poem that they choose...

Distance Learning Art: Texture Seascapes
Distance Learning Art: Texture Seascapes

Lesson

Students will look at and discuss landscapes and seascapes and learn how artists create space. Students will use the Elements of Art; line, color, shape, texture, and space to create a tri-fold...

Dynamics- Chant It Out!
Dynamics- Chant It Out!

Lesson

This lesson introduces the proper musical terms for loud (forte), soft (piano), gradually louder (crescendo), and gradually softer (decrescendo).