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  • Picasso to Warhol Teacher Resources

    Picasso to Warhol Teacher Resources

    The fourteen artists featured in Picasso to Warhol expanded the very definition of art. Collectively, these artists have reconceived traditional genres and exploited new media. Common to all fourteen is a uniqueness born of saying no to the past and of reaching for something new, whether in material, strategy, or vision. It is this reach that makes these artists both masterly and modern.

    Click on the links below find lots of helpful information for teachers of all grades and subjects.

    Meet the Masters
    Biographical information, activity ideas, and recommended resources for each of the fourteen artists in the exhibition

    Learn the Lingo
    A reference listing with definitions and descriptions of key modern art terminology.

    MoMA Modern Teachers Lessons
    Outline of units and lessons targeted to secondary students of art, history, and language arts.

    Teach Across the Curriculum
    Modern art lesson plans to use in your classroom for a range of subjects and grade levels.

    Looking at Art
    A selection of Artful Thinking Routines to engage your students in looking at art.

    Additional Resources
    General books about art and modern art for students, reference books for teachers, and web resources about modern art.

    Audio Guide Scripts
    Prepare for your students' visit by reviewing the scripts of our audio-guided tours.

    Get to Know Fourteen Modern Masters
    Watch brief videos about each of the fourteen artists in the exhibition.

    Key Images PowerPoint Presentation
    Use the images in this PowerPoint presentation to prepare your students for their visit to Picasso to Warhol.

    Educational Standards
    Educational standards that a visit to Picasso to Warhol can support, including Georgia, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, National, and Common Core.

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