Resources for Educators

Lesson Plans

Explore art concepts, vocabulary, genres and techniques using lesson plans developed by Maryhill Museum of Art’s curator of education.  They are adaptable to a variety of grade levels and can be used as a stand-alone classroom lesson or in conjunction with a school tour of the museum.

Click on the links below to download lesson plans:

Portraits in Tempera
Foil Rodin Sculpture
Educator’s Guide
A Brief History of Chess (Chess Sets in Miniature, plus two Supporting PowerPoints; A Brief History of Chess)
Examples of Student Designed Chess Sets

september 2019

15marAll Day15novMaryhill Favorites: Still LifeSpecial ExhibitionEvent Type :Special Exhibitions

15marAll Day15novThéodore Rivière: SculptureSpecial ExhibitionEvent Type :Special Exhibitions

Special ExhibitionsEvent Type :Family Programs,Public Program

13julAll Day15novWest Coast Woodcut: Contemporary Relief Prints by Regional ArtistsSpecial ExhibitionEvent Type :Special Exhibitions

03sep(sep 3)10:00 am25(sep 25)6:00 pmExquisite GorgeEvent Type :Murdock Trust

21sep10:00 am3:00 pmThree Rivers Dulcimer Society & Upriver Dulcimers at MaryhillEvent Type :Public Program

21sep10:20 am5:00 pmSmithsonian Museum Day Live!Event Type :Family Programs,Public Program

30sep(sep 30)10:00 am15nov(nov 15)5:00 pmTeachers as Artists: Exploring IdentityEvent Type :Murdock Trust

Video Resources

DISCOVER: Icons
Maryhill Museum of Art houses an exceptional collection of Orthodox Icons. This collection began with a gift from Queen Marie of Romania. DISCOVER: Icons is a short video that uses an Icon of St. John the Forerunner, or St. John the Baptist, to help you understand and appreciate this heavenly world.

DISCOVER: Sculpture
Diana, Goddess of the Hunt is a marble sculpture by Albert-Ernst Carrier-Belleuse that is on view at Maryhill Museum of Art. Carrier-Belleuse considered it one of his best and submitted it to the French Salon of 1887. Watch the video below to discover more about the sculpture.

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