Welcome to the Museum’s Learning Resources library. Each image links to a downloadable resource packet for a single art object that includes high resolution images, background on the artist, context for the artwork, discussion questions, sample activities and vocabulary. Using the materials provided, educators can easily fold a relevant and meaningful learning opportunity, aligned with Common Core State Standards, into their curriculums. All free for you, anytime.

Portraits: A Window and a Mirror

Rania Matar’s documentary photography humanizes the current Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon.

Grades 6-12
ELA, Social Studies, Civics

Artivism: Art + Activism

Artist and activist May Stevens uses her creative voice to effect change during the Civil Rights and Women's Liberation movements of the 1960s.

Grades 6-12
ELA, Social Studies, Civics

Visual Storytelling

Discovering the curious tale of Italo Scanga's folk art, Cubist painted, found-object sculpture.

Grades 2-5
ELA