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This online art curriculum resource is one of five thematic units on the ArtsNet Minnesota website that explores how identity is expressed by artists in their work. The unit focuses on nine works of art and includes discussion questions, artist biographies, multidisciplinary classroom lesson activities, vocabulary lists, and more. The text is written in student-friendly language and promotes an inquiry-based approach to the study of the works of art shown.

ArtsNet Minnesota is a collaborative project involving four Minnesota museums and several teacher-training sites around the state. While the materials on this site were designed primarily for Minnesota teachers and students, the rest of us are fortunate to have such an exceptional online resource available for use in our classrooms.
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Title Annotation:online art curriculum resource
Author:Roland, Craig
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U4MN
Date:Oct 1, 2002
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