Educator Resources

MOMA Artful Practices for Well-Being

National Gallery of Art Guided Meditation
Childe Hassam
Alma Thomas

National Gallery of Art Reflection

General Art Education

You Tube PBS The Art Assignment

The Art Assignment is a weekly PBS Digital Studios production hosted by curator Sarah Urist Green. We explore art and art history through the lens of things happening today. Check for new episodes every other Thursday!

The Arty Teacher Art Resources

MOMA K-12 Educator Resources

Arts Edge Various Lessons

Google Arts and Culture App
This amazing site is constantly changing, so you never know what you might find.

Art Educator Professional Development

American Alliance of Museums Education Professional Network
With children and learners everywhere out of school for the forseeable future, museums across the continent have come together to share their distance learning with you.

National Gallery of Art Teaching Critical Thinking
Learn how to integrate works of art using Artful Thinking routines, effective strategies from Project Zero at Harvard University, in this interactive online course for teachers of all levels and subjects. 16 week course – FREE

Arts Edge Advocacy
Reaching Out to Board Members
Making the Case with Legislators
Sharing your students’ creative work

ART21 Teaching with Contemporary Art
An introduction to teaching with Contemporary Art

Art21showcases today’s contemporary visual artists & their groundbreaking creations

Artists in the Akron Art Museum Collection
Marina Abramovic
El Anatsui
John Baldessari
Lynda Benglis
Nick Cave
LaToya Ruby Frazier
Trenton Doyle Hancock
Jenny Holzer
Yun-Fei Ji
Barbara Kruger
Robert Mangold
Judy Pfaff
Lari Pittman
Doris Salcedo
Cindy Sherman
Yinka Shonibare
Kiki Smith
Nancy Spero
Jessica Stockholder
Hiroshi Sugimoto
Richard Tuttle
Ursula von Rydingsvard
Carrie Mae Weems

You Tube Meet the Artist

Nick Cave [4:53]

Richard Estes

Alex Katz [3:39]

Yayoi Kusama Woman Artists [Tate]

La Wilson

Sandy Skoglund

Paul Stankard
Video 1
Video 2

Mickalene Thomas

Richard Tuttle

TATE Artists in the Akron Art Museum Collection
Who is Yayoi Kusama
Who is Andy Warhol
Who is Frank Stella
Who are Guerrilla Girls
Who is Mark Rothko

Diversity & Inclusion

Smithsonian National Museum of African American Culture & History
Talking About Race
Source 1, Source 2, Source 3


Anti-Racist Art Teachers

Student Resources KIDS

Tate Kids
5 Women Artists’ Stories

Interactive Programs & Games
Tate Paint
Tate Make
Art Parts
Create a Surreal Story
Draw a Sound Creature
Street Art

Student Resources TEENS

Tate Students Art School & Careers
Applying for Art School
How I got My Job at Tate

Asian Art Museum San Francisco Art Speak Interns

Audio Tours & Studio Lessons RESOURCES for THEMES

THEMES: Friendship; Food; Stuck at Home; Get Outside
Each THEME has 3 tours: K-5, 6-8, 9-12th grades.
Extra theme for 9-12g only: Artist Dealing with Stress and/or World Events TOURS are video/still images with voice-over content & covers 4 artworks. STUDIO lessons introduce a medium & art historical info by theme, and grade appropriate guides on supplies, steps, & suggestions for each lesson.

Instagram Mail Art
Tate #ArtWords
Mail Art Global Movement

You Tube Ed Emberley thumbprint art

Making ZINES
How to make a mini Zine
How to make a Zine
A Brief History Of Zines
Zines 101


Tate chocolate painting

Tony Feher
6 Artists – The Poetry of Discarded Materials
Louise Nevelson – Tate Shots

Getty games
Artful Bouquet
Getty at Home
Getty Games [needs a Flashplayer 8 for games]

Artist Dealing with Stress and/or World Events
You Tube coffee art | tea painting

How Art Movements Tried to Make Sense of the World in the Wake of the 1918 Flu Pandemic

Alain de Boton | Therapeutic Art Galleries

Analyzing Doodles

First Data on Covid-19 and Teens Mental Health

Self-Care / Well-Being

MOMA Artful Practices for Well-Being

National Gallery of Art Guided Meditation
Childe Hassam
Alma Thomas

National Gallery of Art Reflection