Some of our favourite resources for Educators from museums around the world.
This is a very special project 4 artists work with school students and children in the hospital to add good cheer and brightness to the new Royal Hospital.
Do visit the Google Arts and Culture – I have seldom come across a more interesting way of introducing Art from various parts of the country.
The Art Charter School has shared some of their fabulous science and art integration projects.
The author Walter Isaacson who wrote the recent book on Leonardo Da Vinci gives us a glimpse into perhaps the greatest artist.
The Getty Museum has wonderful teacher resources and have also published a book filled with lesson plans integrating art and science in school classrooms.
The “Take One Picture” exhibition at the National Gallery in London primary school children have responded to Pintoriccio’s painting “Penelope with Suitors” from Homer’s Odyssey.
The project is a collaborative effort of the department of archeology, Rajasthan government with Saat Saath Arts Foundation that supports international exchange between India and the world through the visual arts and education initiatives
A trapezoidal pyramid of 7,506 painted and horizontally stacked barrels, it’s 66 feet tall — as tall as the Sphinx in Egypt — and weighs roughly 650 tons.