In these teacher materials, and also the videoconference, students will learn that before the introduction of coins, a variety of items were used a
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In these teacher materials, and during the videoconference, students will learn about the rock cycle. Students will explore the properties of rock
In this program, students will learn about the characteristics of rocks prized by artists—their hardness or softness, the way they reflect light, their ability to draw or make a streak—and how geologists use those properties to identify and understand how they developed in the earth.
In these teacher materials, and during the videoconference, students will learn how different cultures have used math in the form of tessellations
The annual Dr. John and Helen Collis Lecture brings nationally and internationally recognized experts in the field of art history and archeology to discuss new scholarship, museum exhibitions, and archaeological discoveries. Topics alternate between Ancient Greek and Byzantine art every other year.
If you’re stocking up on rabbits’ feet and turning the other direction when you see a black cat today, you’re not alone.
CLEVELAND (Sept. 9, 2010) – Dr.
In this lesson, students will explore color and pattern, using only isosceles right triangles to create a paper quilt square design. This lesson h
Stephen N. Fliegel Curator of Medieval Art
Dean Yoder Conservator of Paintings
CLEVELAND (May 12, 2010) — After a five-year hiatus, the Cleveland Museum of Art's (CMA) collections from the ancient Near East, G