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The Nasher Comes to Your Classroom for Free!

Available on Mondays during the school year.
Staff will visit classrooms within a 25-mile radius of the Nasher Museum to lead an engaging discussion with tactile objects and digital images from current and past exhibitions. This free program is 30-45 minutes and encourages critical thinking, purposeful looking, and thought-provoking discussion. Nasher staff can provide a digital projector and laptop.

 

Classroom Themes

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Recommended for grades K-5
Explore the relationships between art and storytelling while building on classroom literacy skills. This playful and interactive visit reinforces the English Language Arts Common Core standards.

The Art of Identity

Recommended for grades 6-12
Students consider issues of identity in portraiture as they explore how they present themselves and draw conclusions about others. Students will interpret visual details from a wide variety of images.

To book a classroom visit please contact Liz Peters at elizabeth.a.peters@duke.edu or at (919) 684-1169.

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