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Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History
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We have a wealth of educational resources for educators, homeschooling families, and caregivers who are looking to infuse some artistic play into free time at home. These imaginative and fun activities, paired with artworks from our collection, are intended for all ages as a creative way to engage with art.
Henri Matisse developed a new way of making art that he called “drawing with scissors.” Make a cut-out painting in the style of Matisse in this art activity.
Richard Long is known as a land artist, someone who makes art by experiencing nature. Create your own sculpture in his style in this art activity.
Take an imaginary trip inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s painting
The Lighthouse of Fehmarn in this art activity.
Explore the concepts of geometry and light by examining Edward Hopper’s
Cape Cod Afternoon, then creating your own drawing.
Our collection is full of interesting portraits! Explore four examples from the collection, then create your own portrait gallery from home featuring yourself and those around you.