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PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART

African American Artists

This lesson introduces a variety of works by influential artists such as Horace Pippin, Henry Ossawa Tanner, and Elizabeth Catlett.

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American Art: 1800-1900 for Adult Learners

Participants are introduced to a broad range of works by influential American artists such as Charles Wilson Peale, Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer and many more. This session will also examine the political motivations of certain artists as they strived to create artwork that ascribed to a uniquely American aesthetic.

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American Art: 1800-1900 for Adult Learners

Participants are introduced to a broad range of works by influential American artists such as Charles Wilson Peale, Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer and many more. This session will also examine the political motivations of certain artists as they strived to create artwork that ascribed to a uniquely American aesthetic.

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Art of the Japanese Tea Ceremony

Discover the customs, aesthetics and philosophies associated with this centuries-old tradition.

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Collaboration for Adult Learners

Participants are introduced to a broad range of works created by two or more artists. This session examines artist spouses, friends, and competitors and the affects of these artistic collaborations on the artwork they are creating. Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg and many other dynamic duos will be discussed.

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Contemporary Art: The Art of Today for Adult Learners

Art of the late 20th and early 21st centuries is vibrant, eclectic, and diverse. Contemporary artists often respond to current issues, themes, and events with which we are familiar, allowing us to view our world through new perspectives. This lesson offers an overview of where we are today in the history of art and invites students to explore, interpret, and engage with the art of their time. The lesson includes exclusive film clips of performance art pieces presented at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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Medieval And Renaissance Art

Discover the ways art flourished in medieval and Renaissance Europe and see how various artistic mediums reveal clues about life in those times.

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Mythology

For centuries, Greco-Roman mythology has shaped Western civilization. Its influence has resonated throughout history, even impacting our vocabulary. Explore these fascinating stories of epic love, heroic sacrifice, triumph, and tragedy.

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Pennsylvania Artists

Explore the work of artists who call Pennsylvania home including Charles Wilson Peale, Thomas Eakins, Alexander Calder, and many more! This lesson includes artists who were working from the Colonial Era to the present.

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Photography

Highlighting works from the Museum's extensive photography collection, this overview lesson discusses the history of photography and shows the ways in which this medium is used to record and alter our perception of the world.

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Represent! 200 Years of African American Art

More than two centuries of works by influential African American artists in the Museums permanent collection are highlighted. Showcasing a broad range of subjects, themes and approaches, this program tells the unique stories of individual works, the artists who made them, and their place in history.

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Seasonal Lessons

The Distance Learning Program offers seasonal lessons focused on special themes, holidays, and occasions.Matters of the ArtCelebrate Valentine's Day with a virtual field trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art! This fun and interactive lesson explores artistic celebrations of love through the ages and across cultures.Fall into Art!Celebrate the many wonders of the fall season with the artwork of the PMA. The changing colors of the leaves, pumpkins and even a fun ghost sculpture will be discussed.

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Spanish and Mexican Artists

This lesson introduces students to the art of Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dal, Diego Rivera, and others whose works reflect the rich cultures of Spain and Mexico. The lesson can focus on just one country or both.

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The Art of Seeing for Adult Learners

Participants will utilize visual perception skills and learn specific strategies for looking at and understanding works of art.

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Women Artists

Participants are introduced to a broad range of works by influential women artists such as Mary Cassatt, Georgia OKeeffe, Faith Ringgold, and Graciela Iturbide.

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Women Artists for Adult Learners

Participants are introduced to a broad range of works by influential women artists such as Mary Cassatt, Georgia OKeeffe, Faith Ringgold, Elizabeth Catlett and many more. This session will also examine the political and social climate surrounding women artists while they were creating.

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