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Yinka Shonibare

Yinka Shonibare

Interpret and analyze art by identifying and describing subject matter

Evaluate differing points of view on the same historical event or issue

Grade:
All Ages
SUBJECTS:
Art Studies, Textile Production
DURATION:
30 minutes - 1 hour
Exploring color and William H Johnson's paintings

Exploring color and William H Johnson's paintings

How do colors work with each other?

In this Visual Arts 3-5 lesson, students will study how colors mix and interact with each other.

Grade:
K-12
SUBJECTS:
Color Mixing, Painting
DURATION:
Two 45m lessons
Amoako Boafo : Whole Self, Self-Portraits

Amoako Boafo : Whole Self, Self-Portraits

Create a self-portrait using a scratchboard and scratching tools

The self-portrait should show something about them besides just what they look like on the surface. Use the following planning sheet to reflect upon what you want to include in your self-portrait. ‍

Grade:
All Ages
SUBJECTS:
Painting, Portraits, Contemporary Art
DURATION:
Three 45-minute classes

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MoAD in the Classroom

MIC is open to third grade classrooms located in the San Francisco Bay Area

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MoAD Teens

Diaspora Stories Project is a 2-part paid program where Bay Area youth explore their identities in relation to their diaspora stories and influence the future of museum youth programming.

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Engage Symposium 2022

MoAD’s fourth annual Engage Symposium: Transcending Boundaries in Contemporary African Art

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EDUCATION RESOURCES

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