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The Philadelphia Museum of Art is your Museum. We welcome you to experience this season’s exciting exhibitions, events, and activities. Connect with art in surprising, lively, new, and memorable ways.

Please Note: If online ticketing is unavailable, call 215-235-7469 to reserve tickets. Programs are subject to change. Please arrive early as we reserve the right to release seats at the start of the program.

February 22, 2014

Wednesday, February 5Grid ViewRows View

 
5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Reservations required
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Committee Room
$25 ($20 members)

Physics teachers, remember that first day of class when you asked your students, “Class, where do you find physics in your life?” and the answer was, “Everywhere”? Well, it’s here at the art museum, too. We will begin the evening with the preview of a new app developed by Dr. Mary Jo Grdina from Drexel University, titled, “Physics and the Art Museum.” Then we will move into the Museum galleries to explore balance, center of gravity, Newton’s laws, light and color, and more as revealed by works of art. Did Renaissance-era knights study physics? No, but physics principals helped shape their armor and weapons!
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Wednesday, March 12Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Reservations required
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Seminar Room
Free

This extraordinary exhibition of works of art representing the entire span of Korea’s Joseon dynasty, will be a rare opportunity for American audiences to see some of Korea’s artistic masterpieces, most of which have never travelled to the United States before. Hear a lecture by Hyunsoo Woo, The Maxine and Howard Lewis Associate Curator of Korean Art, tour the exhibition, receive teacher materials for the classroom and participate in related hands-on activities.
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Saturday, March 29Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Reservations required
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Committee Room
$25 ($20 members)

Looking at works of art both at the Museum and in the classroom, can offer English Learners rich opportunities to learn new vocabulary, and practice using it as they look closely, describe and discuss portraits, landscapes, narratives and even abstract works of art. Works of art that relate to student’s native cultures or life experiences connect to personal memories that students can share and build upon during group discussions and writing activities. Join educators from the Museum as well as guest ESL teachers to explore how looking at and expressing ideas about art can encourage ESL students to practice and expand their English speaking and writing skills.
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Saturday, April 5Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Reservations required
5 NJ or PA hours
Location: Committee Room, Special Exhibition, and off-site (Clay Studio)
$50 ($40 members)

Art of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910: Treasures from Korea showcases an array of ceramics that demonstrate unique taste and quality of Joseon art and culture. Spend the morning in the exhibition exploring these extraordinary ceramics with a museum educator, then in the afternoon, we will travel to The Clay Studio in Old City to create our own ceramic pieces. After a demonstration of different clay techniques, participants will have the chance to experience throwing their own pot on the pottery wheel and decorating it like Joseon Dynasty artists did.
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Saturday, May 3Grid ViewRows View

 
9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Reservations required
4 NJ or PA hours
Location: Committee Room
$36 ($29 members)

Discuss the Museum’s collection of Northern and Southern European Renaissance paintings with Christopher Atkins, Associate Curator of European Painting and Sculpture, and Carl Strehlke, Adjunct Curator, John G. Johnson Collection. Gain new insights into the Museum’s Renaissance paintings and learn how to enhance your teaching of topics such as European history, mythology, and the artist’s role in society. After meeting with the curators in the galleries, teachers and Museum educators will brainstorm ideas for curriculum connections and strategize ways to apply them in the classroom.
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Saturday, September 20Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CANCELED
Reservations required
Location: Seminar Room
$25 ($20 members)

Whether you are a new homeschool family or have been homeschooling your children for many years, this program provides guidance on how to utilize the Museum’s diverse resources to your homeschool curriculum. Museum educators will demonstrate several approaches to looking at art in the galleries, and participants will be provided with take home teaching materials.
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Wednesday, October 29Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Seminar Room
3 NJ or PA hours
Free

Discover the special exhibition Paul Strand: Master of Modern Photography, a major retrospective of this critical figure in modern art. Both a photographer and filmmaker, Strand’s work touches on themes of portraiture, identity, community, and explorations of world cultures. Peter Barberie, the Brodsky Curator of Photographs, Alfred Stieglitz Center, will present an engaging lecture that chronicles Strand’s artistic progression and the profound affect he had on modern art. Receive teaching materials for your classroom, explore the exhibition on your own, and make cross-curricular connections with peers and Museum educators.
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Saturday, November 8Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Committee Room
5 NJ or PA hours
$36 ($29 members)

During this workshop, art educator in the Phoenixville Area School District Elizabeth Gilly will introduce teachers to the Literacy through Photography curriculum—developed by teacher and photographer Wendy Ewald—which encourages children to explore their world as they photograph scenes from their own lives, and then use their images as catalysts for verbal and written expression. Participants will take part in group discussions and writing in Paul Strand: Master of Modern Photography, try simple approaches to taking photographs, and learn how to use photography and writing as a tool for increasing students’ critical thinking and self-expression. Cameras and iPads will be provided for use during this workshop.
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Saturday, December 13Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Seminar Room
5 NJ or PA hours

$36 ($29 members)

Did you want to attend the VAST (Visual Arts as Sources for Teaching) summer seminar for teachers but couldn’t? Do you need a dose of new ideas for your classroom? Join us for a recap of “Looking Closely, Thinking Critically,” the theme of VAST’s 2014 seminar. Explore art as a powerful tool for developing critical thinking skills through gallery discussions, hands-on activities, and a lecture. Learn strategies for strengthening higher order thinking skills—analyzing, interpreting, inferring, and citing evidence—while looking at and responding to art.
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Wednesday, January 14Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Seminar Room
3 NJ or PA hours
Free

This exciting exhibition highlights works by African American artists in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Spanning two centuries, these works tell countless and unique stories about what it has meant to be African American and show how radically the definitions and boundaries of art have changed over that same period. Hear a lecture by exhibition co-curator John Vick, tour the exhibition, participate in activities, and receive free teaching materials for the classroom.
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Monday, January 19Grid ViewRows View

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10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Wachovia Education Resource Center
3 NJ or PA hours
Free

Artsy is a relatively new web resource of high-resolution art images with tremendous educational potential. Though not as large as the Artstor database, Artsy can be searched or organized by theme, historical event, artistic movement, and more. This workshop will introduce Artsy to participants, and will model how lessons and interdisciplinary connections can be created and presented.
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Wednesday, January 28Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Seminar Room
3 NJ or PA hours
$32 ($25 members)

Renew your creative spirit during this relaxed evening of looking at and making art. We will first spend time in the galleries viewing both silkscreen prints and examples of artists using stenciling techniques. Then, enjoy wine, food, and hands-on art making as we explore working with silkscreening and stenciling. Educators of all disciplines are welcome.
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Saturday, January 31Grid ViewRows View

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10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Committee Room
3 NJ or PA hours
$10 ($8 members)

This workshop offers tips and techniques for bringing The Free Library of Philadelphia’s annual One Book, One Philadelphia project to your classroom. Through gallery activities and discussion, participants will explore ways in which visual art can extend the themes of the book and gain strategies they can use to engage students in their study of literature and history.
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Saturday, February 7Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Seminar Room, Van Pelt Auditorium
3 NJ or PA hours
Free

Join us for a morning celebrating American artist Horace Pippin. Hear a lecture by Jen Bryant, author of the award-winning children’s book, A Splash of Red: The Life and Art of Horace Pippin; participate in a hands-on art making activity; and view Pippin’s work (and other works of art by African American artists) in the exhibition Art from the African American Collections. This program is generously funded by the Center for American Art.
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Wednesday, February 25Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Seminar Room
3 NJ or PA hours
Free

This magnificent exhibition is the first outside of Japan to explore the nearly 500-year sphere of influence established by the Kano lineage of painters, the longest lived and most influential school of painting in Japanese history. Listen to a lecture by Dr. Felice Fischer, the Luther W. Brady Curator of Japanese Art and Senior Curator of East Asian Art, tour the exhibition, receive teacher materials for the classroom, and participate in related hands-on activities provided by Shofuso, the Japanese House and Garden in Fairmount Park.
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Saturday, March 7Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Committee Room (first session) and off-site at WHYY (second session)
7 NJ or PA hours
$65 ($52 members)

Back by popular demand! When we look at art, we make a connection with it. Learn to capture this rich experience by writing and producing a podcast about your own response to a work of art. In the first session, we will engage in guided looking, personal reflection, and small group discussion about works of art. Using these strategies, you will then focus individually on a work of your choice. This deep looking and thinking will provide content for your podcast.

During the second session, hosted at WHYY, you will learn to employ audio storytelling skills as you turn your response into an engaging podcast. Using readily available technology, you will learn basic recording and sound editing techniques, as well as strategies to use these techniques in your classroom.

*This is a two-part workshop, on two consecutive Saturdays. You must attend both days to receive professional development credit.
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Sunday, March 8Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Education Studios 1 and 2
4 NJ or PA hours
$40 ($32 members)

The Art of the Kano showcases oversized figures and landscapes painted in ink and set against backdrops of stunning gold leaf—these works reflect the power and grandeur of Kano patrons. In this workshop, Museum educators will lead participants on a gallery session in the exhibition. Afterwards, artists specializing in ink and gold will demonstrate their techniques, and participants will have a chance to make a painting using ink and gold.
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Saturday, March 14Grid ViewRows View

1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Committee Room (first session) and off-site at WHYY (second session)
7 NJ or PA hours
$65 ($52 members)

Back by popular demand! When we look at art, we make a connection with it. Learn to capture this rich experience by writing and producing a podcast about your own response to a work of art. In the first session, we will engage in guided looking, personal reflection, and small group discussion about works of art. Using these strategies, you will then focus individually on a work of your choice. This deep looking and thinking will provide content for your podcast.

During the second session, hosted at WHYY, you will learn to employ audio storytelling skills as you turn your response into an engaging podcast. Using readily available technology, you will learn basic recording and sound editing techniques, as well as strategies to use these techniques in your classroom.

*This is a two-part workshop, on two consecutive Saturdays. You must attend both days to receive professional development credit.
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Saturday, April 18Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Begins at the Barnes Foundation and concludes at the Rodin Museum
4 NJ or PA hours
$32 ($25 Museum and Barnes members)
Barnes Members will be asked to show their Barnes Membership card at program check-in.

Both the French Impressionist painters and French sculptor Auguste Rodin paved a path toward modern art. Join us for an in-depth look at nineteenth- and early twentieth-century painting and sculpture at the Barnes Foundation and the Rodin Museum. Through a lecture, gallery session, and a hands-on activity, explore how Impressionist artists rebelled on canvas, how Rodin revolutionized sculpture, and how all of these masterpieces found their home in Philadelphia.
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Saturday, May 2Grid ViewRows View

 
9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Reservations required
Location: Committee Room
4 NJ or PA hours
$32 ($25 members)

Explore the interplay between the art and culture of Europe and Asia with Christopher Atkins, the Agnes and Jack Mulroney Associate Curator of European Painting and Sculpture before 1900, and Hiromi Kinoshita, the Hannah L. and J. Welles Henderson Associate Curator of Chinese Art. Enhance your teaching of world history and art history by examining the collection to discover various themes in Eastern and Western art and also how both cultures have borrowed from and been influenced by each other. After meeting with the curators in the galleries, teachers and Museum educators will brainstorm ideas for curriculum connections and strategize ways to apply them in the classroom.
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Saturday, September 12Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
5 NJ or PA hours
Location: Seminar Room, Education Studios, main building
$45 ($36 members)

Designed for teachers of grades pre-K-2, this workshop explores ways that art and play can come together to create a rich, engaging experience for young learners. The workshop focuses on age-appropriate, object-based approaches to looking at and teaching art through play. Educators participate in gallery activities and discussions, as well as learn strategies for developing meaningful studio art projects for the classroom. Workshop content changes each year to allow for repeat attendance; however, the content will be the same for both the fall and winter workshops.
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Monday, October 12Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
SOLD OUT
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Wachovia Education Resource Center
Free

Artstor is both a database of 2 million high-resolution images and an effective tool for classroom presentations. Because the Wachovia Education Resource Center has an exclusive agreement with Artstor that allows us to give access to this database to K-12 educators, we offer training in how to explore the database and how to create engaging presentations. Whether you are new to Artstor or are looking for some new bells and whistles, join us for this free teacher workshop.
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Wednesday, November 4Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Seminar Room

Every object tells a story. Explore stories of American history, nature, and people through the extraordinary works of art in Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life. Spark ideas for your classroom with a lecture by exhibition curator Mark Mitchell, time to explore the show with your colleagues, and activities to experiment with. Everyone will receive a free teaching poster.
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Saturday, November 7Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Project Room
$40 ($32 members)

Get inspired by nature and strengthen your observation and drawing skills during this workshop with artist Rose Levine. Brainstorm with other educators about how drawing can encourage students to look closely and observe thoughtfully in science and other subjects. Participants will start the morning with a short gallery session in Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life then create their own botanical studies. All skill levels are welcome; materials will be provided.
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Wednesday, December 2Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
2 NJ or PA Hours
Location: Seminar Room
$10 ($7 members)

This workshop will explore innovative and creative ways to integrate technology into curricula. Discover how the Museum expands its reach to classrooms by utilizing the latest technologies, and learn how to incorporate these tools into your classroom. Among a wide variety of topics discussed, we will explore virtual field trips, emerging technologies that are beneficial to all classrooms, on-line resources and the growing trend of local tech groups who aim to foster an ongoing love of technology for girls of all grades. BYOD (bring your own device, if possible).
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Saturday, December 5Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA Hours
Location: Project Room

Celebrate the life and work of John James Audubon, a groundbreaking artist and naturalist. Jacqueline Davies, author of the award-winning children’s book, The Boy Who Drew Birds, will share her insight and process. Experience Audubon’s challenge for yourself as you draw from both live owls and taxidermy specimens. Then explore the original specimens and exquisite painting of the Carolina parrots by visiting Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life. All participants will receive a copy of the featured book.

This program is generously funded by the Center for American Art.
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Saturday, January 9Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
5 NJ or PA hours
Location: Seminar Room, Education Studios, main building
$45 ($36 members)

Designed for teachers of grades pre-K-2, this workshop explores ways that art and play can come together to create a rich, engaging experience for young learners. The workshop focuses on age-appropriate, object-based approaches to looking at and teaching art through play. Educators participate in gallery activities and discussions, as well as learn strategies for developing meaningful studio art projects for the classroom. Workshop content changes each year to allow for repeat attendance; however, the content will be the same for both the fall and winter workshops.
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Teacher Workshops
 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Committee Room
$25 ($20 members)

Works of art play an important role in religious practice and teaching. Devotional objects in museum settings are separated from their original purpose and stories. During this workshop, co-led by Justin McDaniel (Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania) participants will explore a variety of devotional objects from Hindu, Christian, Buddhist and other religious traditions and discover the stories they represent and their place in religious practice.
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Monday, January 18Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
2 NJ or PA hours
Location: Wachovia Education Resource Center
Free

The Museum’s Website is home to a rich and varied collection of teacher resources. From lesson plans to teaching kits, object resources to digital versions of our popular thematic materials, there is much for educators to explore. Let us show you how to easily navigate, locate, and use these resources to engage students. We will also share interesting and unique web resources we have found, offering connections between the visual arts and core subjects.
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Wednesday, January 20Grid ViewRows View

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4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Location: Seminar Room
Free

We invite fourth grade teachers, art educators, and administrators from the School District of Philadelphia to an exciting evening celebrating Art Speaks, our free field trip program promoting art and language arts.

Whether you have participated in Art Speaks in the past or have yet to participate, we want to welcome you to the museum for a night of wine and cheese and good company. Hear a presentation from acclaimed author and illustrator, David Wiesner, learn about the Art Speaks program and its benefits to your students, and try your luck in a raffle for free field trips to participating museums.

Encourage your whole fourth grade team to come!

The evening will take place at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in collaboration with The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and The Barnes Foundation.
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Monday, February 15Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Wachovia Education Resource Center
Free

Artstor is both a database of 2 million high-resolution images and an effective tool for classroom presentations. Because the Wachovia Education Resource Center has an exclusive agreement with Artstor that allows us to give access to this database to K-12 educators, we offer training in how to explore the database and how to create engaging presentations. Whether you are new to Artstor or are looking for some new bells and whistles, join us for this free teacher workshop.
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Saturday, February 20Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
SOLD OUT
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Perelman Building (skylit atrium)
$40 ($32 members)

Drawn from Courtly India: The Conley Harris and Howard Truelove Collection highlights extraordinary drawings that range from practice sketches and preparatory drawings for manuscript illustrations to finished compositions. Join Ainsley M. Cameron (Assistant Curator of South Asian Art) for a tour of the exhibition to learn about tradition and process of Indian courtly painting. Then, put your inspiration to paper as you work with contemporary artist Morgan Shankweiler, who continues the traditions of Indian drawing and painting techniques in her work.
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Wednesday, March 2Grid ViewRows View

 
4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
SOLD OUT
3 NJ or PA hours

Be one of the first to see International Pop, an exciting exhibition that chronicles Pop art’s emergence as a global movement, migrating from the United Kingdom and the United States to western and eastern Europe, Latin America, and Japan. Discover the many ways that artists from all over the world engaged with the rise of mass media and consumerism against a backdrop of widespread social and political revolution. Enjoy a lecture by Erica Battle (The John Alchin and Hal Marryatt Associate Curator of Contemporary Art), tour the exhibition, participate in activities, and receive free teaching materials.
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Saturday, April 9Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Committee Room
$25 ($20 members)

Students who struggle with written text, students who are visual learners, and students whose first language is not English often struggle in a classroom centered around text and lecture. This workshop will help teachers make the most of the visual arts as an enhancement to their lessons. In the galleries we will explore activities that connect art with curricular topics, and then brainstorm how these opportunities can help differentiate instruction
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Saturday, April 16Grid ViewRows View

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10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours provided
Location: Committee Room
$20, ($15 Member)

See the Museum through the eyes of Physics, exploring balance, light, color, and more. Bring your I-pad to download the new Physics and the Art Museum app, developed in partnership with Drexel University. Teachers will visit various galleries to examine how physics impacts every aspect of our lives and our art, and will be provided an in-depth tour of the I-pad app, which will officially "premier" at this workshop.
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Saturday, April 23Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Paid tickets required
6 NJ or PA hours
Location:
Session 1 - Rosenbach Museum and Library
Session 2 - Philadelphia Museum of Art
$45 ($36 members)

How do artists respond to text? How are authors inspired by visual images? In the first session of this two-part workshop, teachers will explore the exhibition Cervantes: Crafting Modernity at the Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia and view first edition volumes of Cervantes’ alongside original illustrations by Salvador Dalí. During the second session at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, participants will consider a variety of works of art and respond to them through writing prompts.

To register, please call the Philadelphia Museum of Art Ticket Center 215-235-7469.
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Saturday, April 30Grid ViewRows View

 
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Paid tickets required
6 NJ or PA hours
Location:
Session 1 - Rosenbach Museum and Library
Session 2 - Philadelphia Museum of Art
$45 ($36 members)

How do artists respond to text? How are authors inspired by visual images? In the first session of this two-part workshop, teachers will explore the exhibition Cervantes: Crafting Modernity at the Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia and view first edition volumes of Cervantes’ alongside original illustrations by Salvador Dalí. During the second session at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, participants will consider a variety of works of art and respond to them through writing prompts.

To register, please call the Philadelphia Museum of Art Ticket Center 215-235-7469.
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9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Perelman Media Room
Free

From contemporary photography, fashion, and architecture to centuries-old objects, Creative Africa presents the visionary work of artists throughout Africa in five exhibitions at the Perelman Building. Join educators from the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Penn Museum, whose distinguished collection is highlighted in Look Again: Contemporary Perspectives on African Art, for an Educator Open House. Learn ways to incorporate African art, past and present, into your teaching through presentations, demonstrations, activities, conversations, and more.
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Saturday, September 24Grid ViewRows View

 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
3 NJ or PA hours
Location: Project Room
Free

What better way to get in gear for the new school year than to find out what the PMA has to offer schools and teachers in 2016-17? Learn more about new special exhibitions, workshops, and opportunities while you enjoy coffee and pastries. Celebrate this presidential election year with a lecture on understanding our changing nation through American art by Matthew Palczynski, Independent Art History Lecturer and Educator. Then choose your own adventure, sampling a staff-led school tour, signing up for our brand new teacher membership, registering your class for a field trip, or discussing ideas with our team of museum educators. Leave with a new poster for your classroom.
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Wednesday, October 26Grid ViewRows View

Teacher Workshops
 
4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
2 NJ or PA hours
Location: Studio 3/Student Lunchroom
Free

Join us to experiment with original, fun teaching ideas in the galleries and see how they might translate to your classroom. There's always something new at each session to test and adapt.
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Wednesday, November 30Grid ViewRows View

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4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
2 NJ or PA hours
Location: Studio 3/Student Lunchroom
Free

Join us to experiment with original, fun teaching ideas in the galleries and see how they might translate to your classroom. There's always something new at each session to test and adapt.
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