Tools & Tips

Download and customize slideshows, worksheets, and other resources for use in the classroom or self-guided learning. Find questions, hands-on activities, and other opportunities for enrichment. Gain insights and inspiration from MoMA educators on teaching and engaging with modern and contemporary art.

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Tips for Teaching with Works of Art

Five Tips for Teaching with Works of Art

Teaching Tips: Marcel Duchamp. Bicycle Wheel. 1951

Teaching Tips: José Clemente Orozco. Dive Bomber and Tank. 1940

Teaching Tips: Jasper Johns. Map. 1961

Teaching Tips: Jackson Pollock. One: Number 31, 1950. 1950

Teaching Tips: Sol LeWitt. Wall Drawing #1144, Broken Bands of Color in Four Directions. 2004

Teaching Tips: Richard Serra. To Lift. 1967

Teaching Tips: David Alfaro Siqueiros. Collective Suicide. 1936

Teaching Tips: Pablo Picasso. Girl Before a Mirror. 1932

Teaching Tips: Frida Kahlo. Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair. 1940

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