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Trig Around the world Challenge

Trig Challenge

Michael Phillips
11
 

Latino Patriots in American Military History

This publication recounts the history of U.S. Hispanic military heroes who have played a pivotal role in making the United States the great nation it is today.

Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC)
2
 

Latino Art Now! Chicago Virtual Gallery

This survey virtual exhibition, featuring 40 artworks and 35 artists, examines the artistic production of artists of Latin American and Caribbean descent and US-born Latinos in Chicago, IL. The site of confluence of various migratory waves from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Central and South America throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, at this moment Chicago boasts the fifth largest Hispanic and Latino Community in the United States.


The Latino Art Now! Chicago Virtual Gallery is an innovative 3D immersive space that supports the current broad definition of American art prompted by changing demographics. It explores artistic issues, contexts, meanings, visual cultures and historical grounding sin addition to artists' own engagements with identity, community, public art and the urban space.


The Latino Art Now! Chicago Virtual Gallery and the Educator Transmedia Training Toolkit Vol. 2 are a collaboration between the Inter-University Program fro Latino Research (IUPLR) headquartered at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC). This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support for the Educator Transmedia Training Toolkit Vol. 2 is made possible by the generous support of Comcast NBC Universal, and the Chicago Community Trust.

Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC)
1
 

Weikers Family Collection

A collection of archival records and photographs documenting the Weikers family's experience in Nazi Germany and their persistent efforts to seek asylum in the United States.

For more information about the Weiker family story, see their profile on Generation to Generation: Family Stories Drawn from the Rauh Jewish Archives at http://www.jewishfamilieshistory.org/

Tags: Nazi Germany, Holocaust era, primary sources

Molly Long
11
 

Women's Rights

This collection explores the key components and changes that have occurred during the struggle for Women's rights.

It is meant to spark discussion about the movement and it's long term impact on history and the issues that still face women in their fight for gender equality.

Patrica King
21
 

Shape

Different shapes found in the world

Ellen Lafferty
22
 

How should we remember the bomb?

This collection asks students to create their own exhibit on a controversial subject: the use of atomic weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II. Students will create a collection that includes five items reflecting their answers to the following questions:

-How should the bombing of Hiroshima be remembered?

-Was it necessary to drop the atomic bombs in order to end World War II?

Students should consider both long-term and short-term effects in their responses.


connor shields
6
 

Artist Books

Tessa Click
14
 

Pen and Ink Drawings

Tessa Click
58
 

Zoot Suit Riots

Here are some images related to the Zoot Suit Riots in Los Angeles in 1943.

Mark Carlin
8
 

Landscapes

Choose several images to compare/contrast in terms of location, season, and/or style. Discuss why artists may choose to depict a particular place.

Formal analysis for elementary students: identify foreground, middle ground and background; describe how size and placement of objects and use of overlapping contribute to the illusion of depth.

Formal analysis for secondary students: describe color harmonies; identify focal point; find examples of one-point, two point, and atmospheric perspective.

Tracy Dumais
38
 

FIBER ARTS

Meghan Regan
1
 

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Dina Donini
1
 

AME 2017 - Art, Media, & Entertainment Learning Collections

This is a collection of other complete learning collections that includes a wide range of topics and resources and artifacts on Art, Media, Design, and Entertainment.

Brian Ausland
19
 

Freddie Gray Riots in Baltimore Maryland

Included in this collection are pictures of the Riots in Baltimore after Freddie Gray had been arrested and died while in transport to the Police Station. Gray had not be seat belted or hand cuffed in and sustained fatal spine and neck injuries while in transport.

Mark Carlin
10
 

APLAC Satire Project

By Bridget Trabbold

Bridget Trabbold
0
 

How should we remember the bomb?

This collection asks students to create their own exhibit on a controversial subject: the use of atomic weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II. Students will create a collection that includes five items reflecting their answers to the following questions:

-How should the bombing of Hiroshima be remembered?

-Was it necessary to drop the atomic bombs in order to end World War II?

Students should consider both long-term and short-term effects in their responses.


Jayme Grabowsky
6
 

Chapter 38 DBQ

Matt Potock Davis Deasy Jake Jashinski Marc K Jimmy McGrath

Matt Potock
8
 

Japan


Riley Farrar
3
 

Anglo Women in Colonial America

This collection represents the material culture of Anglo-American women pre-revolutionary war. Among the early American pioneers were colonists endorsed by their respective crowns, individuals escaping religious persecution, and explorers. While the story of these individuals regale the lives of male colonists, their female counterparts are often overlooked. This collection is designed to reflect a general perspective of women either from the British Isles or those born in the first few generations of the English colonies.

As you move through the collection, we will first look at the ways and reasons these early female pilgrims came to the new world. Specifically, cases of women seeking religious freedom, those subjected to indentured servitude, and the influence of marriage on female immigration. We will also look at the trades and skills women performed in the colony communities. Lastly, we will review the social aspects of female lives and investigate how the material culture presented distinguishes women among varying social classes, education, and ideology.

The below items are the material culture objects included for my project; the additional items in my collection are supporting items I collected during my research.

17th century silver bodkin; Jamestown, VA

Mayflower passenger log

Record from the Virginia Company of London

Indentured servant contracts

Anne Wolseley Calvert leg bone remains

Poem: Before the birth of one of her children by Anne Bradstreet

Printing Press

South Carolina Gazette

History of Moll Flanders

Ladies shoes

Folding fan

Sugar Tongs

The Compleat Housewife

Loara Standish sampler

Megan Watkins
24
 

Doolittle's Tokyo Raid

pacific_avation_museum_edu
7
 

World War I

Mr. Ward
20
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