Art History Multicultural Showcase: Find the Resources You Need to Introduce Your Students to Art's Colorful History around the World!

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Art History Multicultural Showcase: Find the Resources You Need to Introduce Your Students to Art's Colorful History around the World!


Davis Publications

The Arts and Cultures Library

The Arts & Cultures Library, featuring Latin American Arts & Cultures African Arts & Cultures and Native American Arts & Cultures provides a thematic exploration of the arts from cultures throughout the world. With images of traditional and innovative arts, each book in this series increases your appreciation for the wealth and diversity of our global cultures. For more multicultural resources call 8001 533-2847, or visit www.davis-art.com

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ArtSite

Imagine having your own museum on your classroom computer or network where teachers and students create their own collections of worldwide art. Picture forming an ongoing portfolio of student art and writing that inspires new students year after year. ArtSite starts you off with a 64-page museum collection including 168 project suggestions, 50 web site references, a teacher's guide, and how-to movies. From there the possibilities are limitless.

To order, or for more information, please visit www.artsitenet.com.

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Delphi

Celebrate the heritage of Native Americans, Explore their culture of animal symbolism through stained glass art. Your students will have fun learning and creating while they make fine art. Lesson plans include detailed stained glass directions, pattern and materials list. Versatile projects make stepping stones, panels medicine wheels and lamp sconces. Teachers receive 20% off stained glass supplies.

For Free Lesson Plans and Stained Glass Catalog, visit www.DelphiGlass.com/Teach or call (888) 281-5780.

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Art Video Productions

Students are successful with these videos because each program presents the artist or subject in story form and includes 3 complete art lessons with active participation. Encouragement, support and reinforcement activities are given in each lesson. A Teacher Guide is included.

Visit our website for more information at www.childrensartvideos.com.

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Art Visuals

World and US History timelines with art poster series on Modern An Styles Women Artists African-American Artists, Africa, China, India, Islam, and Japan. …

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