The museum’s Teacher Resource Center is pleased to announce that its first webinar-based professional development session is now available. Explore teaching the American classic To Kill a Mockingbird through images in this arts-integrated Language Arts session. Dale Hilton, Director of Teaching and Learning, tells us about the session in this Q&A.
What do Valentine’s Day and a Wolf have in common?!
In celebration of Black History Month, we take a look at three American artists of African descent with Cleveland ties.
When the snowy days approach and inclement weather beckons for indoor activities, consider bringing the family to visit our permanent collection. Go on a hunt through our galleries for paintings that have snow. Each painting can spark fun discussion about the content and context of the work. For older children, the discussion could evolve into a research project about the artist.
It’s never too early to gain experience in a field of interest, especially as a high school student. For Aaron, Jake, Patrick, and Leah, tenth grade students at Trinity High School, they are getting a head start on their careers by interning in the museum’s curatorial department every Thursday for the entire school year.