Teacher Blog: Women Breaking Boundaries, Evenings for Educators Follow Up

by Melanie Zimmerman

10/28/2019

teachers , Teacher resources , Evenings for Educators

Aminah Robinson was an inspiring fabric artist who created beautiful artworks based on her life story.

Teacher Blog: Women Breaking Boundaries, Evenings for Educators Preview

by Sue Diemer

10/22/2019

Teacher resources , Evenings for Educators , sculpture , art making

Sculpture is a new semester course this year. Every project that the students create is a ‘new adventure’ for us all!

30 Years of Evenings for Educators

by Samantha Geier, Associate Director of School-Based Learning

9/16/2019

Evenings for Educators , learning & interpretation , professional development , education , Teacher resources , teacher programs

This week we are celebrating 30 years of Evenings for Educators!

Teacher Blog: Paris 1900: City of Entertainment, Evenings for Educators Preview

by Dan Diemer

4/11/2019

Evenings for Educators , Paris 1900: City of Entertainment , Teacher resources , professional development , learning & interpretation

Our lesson’s theme is “River Cities’ Scenes: Paris on the Seine/Cincinnati on the Ohio.”

Teacher Blog: Celebrating Women from the CAM Collection, Follow-Up

by Allison Heisel

3/25/2019

Evenings for Educators , drawing , Elizabeth Nourse

Figure drawing is a basic fundamental practice for an advanced drawing class.

Teacher Blog: Celebrating Women From the CAM Collection Preview

by Angela Mascolino

3/18/2019

Evenings for Educators , Maria Longworth , Rookwood Pottery Company

The March Evenings For Educators will celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of women artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Elizabeth Nourse and others.

Teacher Blog: Music and Art: Kate Wakefield, Evenings for Educators Follow-up

by Amy Cholkas

2/25/2019

Evenings for Educators , Teacher resources , lesson plans , professional development

Cellist and classically trained vocalist, Kate Wakefield was featured at February’s Evening for Educators, so I developed my lesson, “Stringed Instrument Collage” to connect music and art.

Teacher Blog: Music and Art, Evenings for Educators Preview

by Lauren Marcum

2/20/2019

Evenings for Educators , teachers , education , professional development

At this month’s Evenings for Educators, I will be presenting a lesson merging both art and music that my partner teacher and I refer to as “Picasso Guitars.”

Teacher Blog: The Fabric of India, Evenings for Educators Follow-up

by Learning and Interpretation Department

11/20/2018

Evenings for Educators , Teacher resources , The Fabric of India

Embroidery, block printing, kalamkari painting and more!

Teacher Blog: The Fabric of India, Evenings for Educators Preview

by Amy Cholkas

11/13/2018

Evenings for Educators , The Fabric of India , Teachers , Educators

Check out this November Evenings for Educators preview.

Teacher Blog: Our Adventure with Gillian Wearing

by Tracy Alley

10/22/2018

Teachers , Gillian Wearing , Evenings for Educators , learning & interpretation

Our adventure with Gillian Wearing started with a brief history of her life as an artist.

Evenings for Educators Recap: Impressive Tiles

by Sue Diemer

10/1/2018

Evenings for Educators , learning & interpretation , teachers , Teacher resources

This introductory unit, Impressive Tiles, was a wonderful way to explore slab rolling and textures, as well as communicate a ‘message’.

Evenings for Educators Preview: Zoomorphic Tiles

by Melanie Greiner

9/18/2018

Teacher resources , zoomorphic tiles , Evenings for Educators

Students explored the use of calligraphy and its many uses in the Islamic world in our unit on Zoomorphic Calligraphy.