Megalithic Macho Moai Men of Rapa Nui

Model a Moai Statue! Pique a child's interest in history by recreating the ancient stone-carved statues of Easter Island using self-hardening dough or clay. “There exists in the midst of the great ocean, in a region where nobody goes,  a mysterious and isolated island,” wrote the 19th-century French seafarer and  artist Pierre Loti. “The island is planted... Continue Reading →

Get a new roll please?!

This post is a borderline craft - but what art isn't? Reusing and repurposing items is a wonderful way to teach students how to re-use materials while teaching art. You may look at this picture and see a possible lesson incorporating Monet, Van Gogh or O'Keeffe. Why not discover a modern way to interpret this floral lesson by... Continue Reading →

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We aim to create a lively conversation about the vital social, cultural, and political issues of our times, in California and the world beyond.

Looking Back, Moving Forward in Museum Education!

Learn from the past, and preserve the future of education in and out of the museum.

Cracking the Collections

SPNHC Emerging Professionals Group

Art 261: Survey in Art History II

Early Renaissance to Post WWII Modernism

Class Blog for Art 260 Summer Session II 2020

Art Historian and Curator of the College of Fine Arts, UNLV

Julia in the Raw

savoring life one bite at a time