Sculpture, textiles and metalwork make up this lesson which focuses in-depth on major art-producing regions featured in the permanent collection: A
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This newly revised lesson includes new objects, with objects relating to the Nile, mummification and burial practices, the role of the pharaoh, wit
A great lesson to give an overview of major art-producing cultures represented in the permanent collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
A discussion of Greek and Roman art with an emphasis on its cultural connections to modern Western culture.
Real pieces of armor used by Medieval knights and Renaissance noblemen can be touched and sometimes tried on in this lesson.
Most Americans in the 18th and early 19th centuries had severely limited resources, but found ways to make useful and attractive objects.
The Japanese taste from simple, Zen-like tea bowls to more ornate lacquer boxes is illustrated through several media; and connections can be made b
This multicultural lesson has examples of masks used for religion, for entertainment and for cultural instruction.
From prehistory to present times, visual artists have celebrated the beauty, power, playfulness, and terrifying aspects of animals, real and imagin
Major geographic areas discussed include the Northeast, the Great Plains, the Pacific Northwest and the Southwest.