Art in Process: Winslow Homer, High School Students, and Creativity
High School students discover the art of Winslow Homer and his life in Maine then create works of art based on their own personal interpretations of "a sense of place in art."
Winslow Homer Illustrations: A Master Teachers Project
Share the Museum's treasure-trove of Homer illustrations from Harper's Weekly with your students! These innovative lesson plans for grades K-12 will spark your creativity for presenting the Museum's digitized collection of Homer illustrations in your classroom.
This teacher resource website features lesson plans using Winslow Homer's Weatherbeaten (1894) and Frederic Edwin Church's Mount Katahdin from Millinocket Camp (1895). The 29 curriculum units for grades K-12 focus on the theme of "a sense of place in art."
Highlighting great works of art from the Portland Museum of Art's collections, Artful Assessment demonstrates how the visual arts integrate with a variety of content areas through lesson plans in language arts, science, social studies, and the visual arts.
Designed for student use, AccessOnline is a free interactive Web site featuring five "Interactivities" that introduce students to 19th-century American art and architecture at the Portland Museum of Art.