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Visions of the Future

This student activity includes a range of visions of the future, to serve as inspiration and present a challenge for students: what do you want your city to be like in the future?

Students will watch a video where students complete a similar project, and then view a variety of artifacts presenting different views of the future, with questions for analysis. Finally, students will be tasked with developing their own vision for their city or town in the future.
Kate Harris
15
 

Jewelry

Jacquelynn Oliver
16
 

Movement and Jewelry

Jacquelynn Oliver
5
 

Printmaking

Relief
Jacquelynn Oliver
53
 

Printmaking

Collagagraph
Jacquelynn Oliver
1
 

Printmaking

Serigraphy
Jacquelynn Oliver
19
 

Printmaking

Gyutaku
Jacquelynn Oliver
0
 

E. Douglas Wunder

Jackie Oliver
7
 

Jewelry

Charm Bracelets
Jackie Oliver
3
 

Jewelry/Metalsmithing

General
Jackie Oliver
30
 

American Schoolhouses

Andrea Ahlert Scroggy
42
 

President Washington's First Challenge:The Whiskey Rebellion in Western Pennsylvania

The story of the first serious challenge to the new federal government. A focus on economic principles prevalent on the frontier during the formative period of the American government.
Arthur Glaser
20
 

Civil War Deaths, Pictured and Remembered

Inspired by a reading of The Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War, by Drew Gilpin Faust, this is a collection that shows some of the shocking images the public saw of battlefield death, memorials to the dead, and a lesson plan on the art of memorials.
David Coccoli
11
 

Emmett Till: Confronting a Difficult History

This collection looks at how a tragic incident like the murder of Emmett Till is remembered in American history and national memory, as well as the significance of the decision of Till's mother, Mamie Mobley-Till, to share her son's loss publicly with an open-casket. Her actions created a galvanizing moment for the modern civil rights movement, heightening its significance and influence. The collection includes photographs, art work, and two newspaper articles about modern memorials to Till and other lynching victims.

Teachers might use the following images as the basis for silent discussion (see the Big Paper strategy from Facing History, included on the last resource) prior to a group conversation on the following questions:
-How did this case impact the civil rights movement?
-What were the effects of having an open casket at Till's funeral? How does media continue to impact the civil rights movement?
-How should Emmett Till be remembered and honored? How should his mother be remembered and honored?
-Should national memorials and museums include objects like Till's original casket or the soil from lynching sites? Why or why not?

Kate Harris
7
 

Nixon

37th President of the United States
Chris Novakoski
0
 

Ancient Egypt

Nicole Hancock
16
 

Andrew Jackson - Collins

Michelle Collins
5
 

Space Exploration

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Brittany Collins
8
 

Voting in America: The Early Years

The evolution of the voting ballot.
Candice Troutman
5
 

Test

Citizenship
Brian Gordon
5
 

World War II

This collection will focus on the European theater of the war.
Amy Blyth
5
 

Campaign Advertising

Examine and analyze historical political advertisements
Christina Klein
8
 

Cold War

This gallery will include videos and pictures about the Cold War
Jenna Silvio
3
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