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This is the home of the Tyler Museum of Art’s Education Department. It’s where you can find all sorts of information about what’s going on at the museum, local schools, and East Texas’ art community. Also, please check out our YouTube Channel. There you will find videos of students’ work, interviews with artists and educators, virtual tours of the TMA’s exhibitions, and resources for educators and parents. You can also follow our Facebook and Instagram pages, and don’t forget to visit the TMA’s website at https://tylermuseum.org/ .

‘A Closer Look’: Exhibition Videos for Art Teachers

Tyler Museum of Art’s Elements and Principles of Design

The Tyler Museum of Art contains artwork that exemplifies the elements and principles of design. This lesson discusses how selected artworks from the museum’s permanent collection exhibit each elements and principle of design.

Click here to view the TMA’s principles and Elements of Design page.

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Lesson Plan: Irene Aguilar’s “Angel, Playing Horn”

This lesson plan contains the Texas TEKS for Elementary, Middle, and High School art teachers. The lesson teaches the importance of Folk Art in Mexico and allows the students to connect with their personal holidays and traditions by creating their own Folk Art. If you use or reference this lesson plan, please leave a commentContinue reading “Lesson Plan: Irene Aguilar’s “Angel, Playing Horn””

Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: January 2022

If you read or download this newsletter, please leave a comment with your feedback. The newsletter can be downloaded in the link below. Exhibitions Norman Rockwell: Drawings, Paintings, and Prints The exhibition will present a collection of the American painter, illustrator, and storyteller Norman Rockwell’s drawings, paintings, and prints. A portion of the artworks areContinue reading “Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: January 2022”

Lesson Plan: Norman Rockwell’s “Two O’clock Feeding” (Father Feeding Infant)

This lesson plan contains the Texas TEKS for Elementary, Middle, and High School art teachers. The lesson discusses copyright, Norman Rockwell’s commissioned artwork, and provides a Project Based Learning (PBL) activity. Students will be grouped together and will create a collaborative mini-mural. If you use or reference this lesson plan, please leave a comment withContinue reading “Lesson Plan: Norman Rockwell’s “Two O’clock Feeding” (Father Feeding Infant)”

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