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.

Science of Art

Toots Zynsky's glorious glass sculptures blend chemistry, neuroscience and new technology with fine art.

Grades 6-12   

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

Visual Storytelling

Lithographer Joseph Norman's expressive work and use of symbolic motifs communicate a vivid sense of place, history, struggle and hope.

Grades 6-12
ELA, Social Studies