Integrate portraiture into your classroom to connect your students with history, biography, visual art and more.
June 24–28 | July 8–12, 2019
Choose from two week-long sessions, during which participants will:
- Gain expertise from museum educators and curators through gallery talks, discussions and hands-on activities
- Learn to use portraiture in your classroom by identifying and analyzing the key components of a portrait
- Relate the visual elements of portraits to their historical context and significance
- Make interdisciplinary connections across portraiture, social studies and English language arts
- Develop and share lesson ideas with colleagues
K-12 teachers may apply as individuals or as part of a team. Priority will be given to those who teach social studies, English language arts and visual arts. To learn more, click here.
To ensure participation, a nonrefundable program fee of $100 per person is due upon acceptance. Participants are responsible for travel and lodging costs.