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Japanese Haiku and Landscape
Students write their own Haiku, based on the seasons, natural Landforms or another chosen theme, then “illustrate” their poem by creating a watercolor painting to elaborate the small details. The format is similar ...
Journey to Japan
* Virtual program option is available. Yasu has been working with schools and libraries (55 schools & libraries) in more than 8 states (CA, PA, OH, NC, SC, GA, FL, AL) to provide virtual programs for young ...
Learning the power and value of words with the Tal...
The Talking Stick is a simple but powerful teaching tool, it is used by the speaker to keep control in meetings, and it is the oldest object used as a form of parliamentary procedure in the country. The person ...
Learning to Look: Elements of Art
In this tour, students will learn how artists use line, shape, color, and texture to create works of art. Students will express their personal opinions, interact with others, and think critically as they engage ...
Lichtenstein Pop Life Paintings
Students will learn about American Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, and explore the Bechtler’s collection of 20th-century modern art. The residency will begin with a presentation on the life and work of Lichtenstein, ...
Life in Pieces: Mixed Media Collage (All Levels)
Students will find their zen as they shuffle through magazines to find perfect colors, lines and shapes to integrate into their peaceful and scenic collages. They will get inspired by viewing master works and start ...
Close your eyes and listen to this story. It’s one they tell back in the old days. As you hear my voice, place the pictures in your head. What are the characters wearing? What motions are they making? What is the ...
MOTORS, CIRCUITS & ART
Art is more than just a paintbrush and canvas. It can be made using batteries, motors, circuits and even DrawBots®. Using the design process, participants will create their own draw bot. There is a $3 up-charge ...
Move, Innovate and Collaborate
Move, Innovate and Collaborate, is a 3-5 day creative dance residency for grades k-12 that engages students in an exploration of classroom curriculum through movement and dance-making. Directed by choreographer and ...
Musical Me: Staff Development
This staff development seminar is aimed to support school or organization staff in learning more about themselves through the arts. Tips on promoting health and wellness will be incorporated as the safety of ...
Natural Dyes Throughout History
This is a 3-day residency designed to compliment the social studies/history modules of your particular grade level. Through multi-media presentation and hands on dyeing, students will explore the cultivation, ...
Nature Photography & Poetry (Grades 3-12)
Explore the great outdoors through your personal lens! This program will teach students the fundamentals of nature photography. Photography sessions will be followed by a poetry workshop where each student will be ...
NC Face jugs
The making of southern face jugs is a ceramic tradition that has been dated back to the 1840’s. This pottery tradition continues to be of significant interest for many contemporary potters living in the South. ...
Niki de Saint Phalle Ceramic Spirit Animals
Students will learn about French-American artist, Niki de Saint Phalle, best known for her whimsical oversized sculptures, including The Firebird located at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. The residency will ...
*Virtual Program Option is available. Yasu has been working with 55 schools and libraries in more than 8 states for young audiences this summer. (https://youtu.be/a2A2yvLCqeY) Yasu’s Origami workshop enhances ...
Out Teach "Evergreen" Program for Teachers
Our Arts and Science Council program is our Evergreen Sustainability Program that coincides with the school year. Evergreen is comprised of three, 4-hour (half-day) professional development training sessions for ...
Pablo Picasso Cubist Portraits
Students will learn about the legendary Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso, and create Cubist style portraits. The residency will begin with a presentation on the life and work of Picasso, his approach to painting ...
Paper Mache Animals
Students utilize recycled materials and paper mache to create three dimensional animals. Teachers choose the direction of the project to tie into their classroom lesson plan. The animals can be from different ...
Paper Mache Bowls
Two techniques are offered, using shredded paper is best for lower grades, and using recycled papers is best for older grades. Each process can take two or three steps, depending on the level of completion ...
pARTnership Residencies + Workshops
pARTnership Elementary School Residencies + Workshops: Residencies between 1-6 visits Explore curricular needs of ANY general classroom. Lessons & Units available for: ELA Math Science other subject ...
Permanent Art Installation at Your School
Improve the look, atmosphere, and quality of your building. Students will work collaboratively to create a permanent panel installation for your school’s campus. Bechtler staff and teaching artists will partner ...
Photography & Literacy (Grades 3-12)
DId you know that the word photograph actually means "to write with light?" Students will gain an understanding of how photographers communicate thier ideas through the art of visual storytelling. Student will make ...
Physical Theater and Masks with Doug Berky
Doug Berky’s performances are in intricately woven fabric of classic theatre forms: mime, mask, theatre, circus arts and storytelling. His large maskperformance GEMS: THE WORLD’S WISDOM STORIES uses storytelling ...
Pinch Pot Animal Sculptures
Through observation, investigation and discipline, students will create a pinch pot animal demonstrating the use of the materials and principles of design. Students will be able to apply three-dimensional media, ...
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