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!


Kits Publishing

Kits Publishing offers a wonderful series of eight books which are suited for multicultural programs.

Each book, 90 pages, 9 x 12" in size, is in full color. The eight books in the series are, Hands-on Africa, Hands-on Alaska, Hands-on America, Vol. 1, Hands-on Celebration, Hands-on Latin American, Hands-on Pioneers, Hands-on Rocky Mountains, Hands-Asia, Vol 1. For further information or to order this series, call Yvonne Merrill at (801) 582-2517, fax (801) 582-2540, email info@hands-on.com. Cost per book is $20.00

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Davis Art Slides

See America through the eyes and art of African American, Latin American, and Native American artists with select slide surveys from Davis Art Slides. Dynamic color slides have been paired up with an informative text that places each artwork in its historical context. Also included are bibliographies, museum guides, and timelines.

To order, or for more information, contact us at (800) 533-2847. www.davis-art.com

Leaning Post Productions

ArtSite

Create a multicultural teaching "Museum" on your classroom computer or school/district network. Access, select, and organize images and descriptions from noted websites and print sources. Build your own "collection" to emphasize varied subjects, styles, cultures, and historical periods. Students also become "curators" by researching collections, choosing art, and commenting on their choices in the "Gallery" or by organizing their own art and writing in the "Portfolio".

visit www.leaningpost.com, call (845) 496-4709, or email: artsite@leaningpost.com

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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 800-533-2847, or visit www.davis-art.com

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NASCO

Mask-Making Made Easy with NASCO Color Sculpt

An exciting and economical sculpture medium designed for all age levels! No sharp tools necessary. Request a FREE NASCO Arts & Crafts Catalog today!

 
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Email: modesto@eNASCO.com 

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Delaware Art Museum

Art Connections: Social Studies

An all-inclusive 9-week social studies curriculum designed for 5-6th grade classrooms and their local art museum partners. Kit includes 2 teacher manual binders, 2 sets of posters, 2 sets of 109 5x8 images, worksheets, and more. …

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