Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: March 2022


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Exhibitions


Norman Rockwell:

Drawings, Paintings, and Prints

The exhibition presents a collection of the American painter, illustrator, and storyteller Norman Rockwell’s drawings, paintings, and prints. A portion of the artworks are from the museum’s permanent collection.

The exhibition is open and will close on March 13th, 2022.

For information on the artwork, click here!

For information on the exhibit, click here!


Building a Legacy III:

Selections from the Permanent Collection

The Building a Legacy III Exhibition celebrates the Tyler Museum of Art’s 50th anniversary. It showcases various art mediums and styles that reside in our permanent collection.  

The exhibition is open and will close on May 1st, 2022.

For information about the artwork, click here!

For information about the exhibit, click here!



Educational Activities and Events


Family Day To Go Packets

Each second Saturday of the month, the TMA creates a free take-home-packet for students ranged from kindergarten to 12th grade. It includes themed art activities, art supplies, and a snack. All of the activities are compliant with the TEKS.

For March, the packets will contain St. Patrick’s Day art activities. The packets will be available for pick-up at the museum on March 12th, 2022.

For more information on the Family Day To Go packets, click here!



TMA Lesson Plans for Elementary, Middle School, and High School


Lesson Plan: David Row’s Untitled (Black)

This lesson plan contains the Texas TEKS for Elementary, Middle, and High School art teachers. The lesson teaches students about a style of monotype printmaking. The students will create a portfolio of monotype prints exhibiting abstract designs.

To access the lesson plan, click here!

For information on the artwork, click here!

Elements and Principles of Design

This lesson plan defines each of the principles and elements of design. Art examples of each element and principle are included with the vocabulary words. The artworks used in the lesson are from the Tyler Museum of Art’s permanent collection.

To access the lesson plan, click here!

For information on the artwork, click here!



Schedule a School Tour with the Tyler Museum of Art


Planning a School Tour

If you are interested in scheduling a tour for your students at the museum, please contact ranthony@tylermuseum.org and provide the following information:

  • The grade level of the visiting students.
  • The number of students who will attend.
  • Three days in your class schedule that are available for the tour.

For more information, click here!



Student Exhibitions: 18th Annual High School Art Exhibition


Previous Best in Show: 17th Annual High School Art Exhibition

Alex Rodriguez, class of 2020 – 2021, acrylic and found objects, Sulphur Springs High School.


18th Annual High School Art Exhibition

The 18th Annual High School Art Exhibition is a yearly student exhibition held at the museum. High school teachers in the East Texas area submit their student’s work to be exhibited in the museum’s gallery.

The goal of this event is to showcase high school artwork and encourage the East Texas community to see the amazing artwork created by local students.

REMINDER!

Participating teachers need to bring their selected student artwork and student entry forms to the museum by March 4th, 2022 at 5:00pm. If this conflicts with your schedule, please send an email to ranthony@tylermuseum.org.



Tyler Museum of Art Connection


For more information about the Tyler Museum of Art’s events, activities, and educational tours:

Email: ranthony@tylermuseum.org

Call: 903 – 595 – 1001


The next TMA Newsletter will be sent to teachers on: April 1st, 2022.

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