TMA Education Blog: Archive

The Education Blog contains a variety of educational resources, lesson plans, and informational posts about art events. The following archive system will help you find specific posts. Dates by Month Click on each date to see the posts made in each month: Categories Click on the categories to see specific posts: Tag List Click onContinue reading “TMA Education Blog: Archive”

Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: February 2023

If you read or download this newsletter, please leave a comment with your feedback. The newsletter can be downloaded in the link below. Exhibitions Childhood Shenanigans: Works by Lee. N. Smith III Childhood Shenanigans: Works by Lee N. Smith III is a colorful exhibition that presents a mixture of two-dimensional and three-dimensional compositions. The artistContinue reading “Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: February 2023”

Ann Stautberg, “9.6.99, A.M., Texas Coast, #9”

The lesson plan contains the Texas TEKS for Elementary, Middle, and High School art teachers. Students will learn about Ann Stautberg’s methods of painting her photography. Then, the class will use watercolor paints to paint their own photographs. If you use or reference this lesson plan, please leave a comment with your feedback. The lessonContinue reading “Ann Stautberg, “9.6.99, A.M., Texas Coast, #9””

Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: January 2023

If you read or download this newsletter, please leave a comment with your feedback. The newsletter can be downloaded in the link below. Exhibitions Childhood Shenanigans: Works by Lee. N. Smith III Childhood Shenanigans: Works by Lee N. Smith III is a colorful exhibition that presents a mixture of two-dimensional and three-dimensional compositions. The artistContinue reading “Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: January 2023”

Lesson Plan: Linda Ridgway, “Forever”

This lesson plan contains the Texas TEKS for Elementary, Middle, and High School art teachers. Students will learn about Linda Ridgway’s use of Tromp L’oeil and low-relief in her work Forever. Afterwards, the students will create a low-relief paper sculpture using strips of cut construction paper. If you use or reference this lesson plan, pleaseContinue reading “Lesson Plan: Linda Ridgway, “Forever””

Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: December 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 Framing the Narrative: Photographs from the Permanent Collection Framing the Narrative: Photographs from the Permanent Collection exhibits photographs selected from the Tyler Museum of Art’s photography collection. Each artist presented inContinue reading “Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: December 2022”

Lesson Plan: Manuel Jiménez, “Brown Bear with Fish”

This lesson plan was researched and written by Mackenzie Clayton, a Fall 2022 University of Texas at Tyler Intern at the Tyler Museum of Art. The lesson plan was edited by Rachel Anthony, the Tyler Museum of Art’s Education Manager. The lesson plan contains the Texas TEKS for Elementary, Middle, and High School art teachers. StudentsContinue reading “Lesson Plan: Manuel Jiménez, “Brown Bear with Fish””

2022 Middle School: Día de los Muertos Exhibition

Every year, the Tyler Museum of Art holds a student exhibition for 5th through 8th grade middle school students in the East Texas area. The goal of the exhibition is for middle school students to learn about the cultural festivities of Día de los Muertos. Then, the students create artworks that exhibits the cultural iconographyContinue reading “2022 Middle School: Día de los Muertos Exhibition”

Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: November 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 Framing the Narrative: Photographs from the Permanent Collection Framing the Narrative: Photographs from the Permanent Collection exhibits photographs selected from the Tyler Museum of Art’s photography collection. Each artist presented inContinue reading “Tyler Museum of Art Newsletter: November 2022”

Lesson Plan: David Bates, “Magnolia and Lemon”

This lesson plan contains the Texas TEKS for Elementary, Middle, and High School art teachers. Students will learn about David Bates’ use of abstraction, Modernism, and still life in his composition Magnolia and Lemon. Afterwards, the students will create Styrofoam prints of a composed still life. Then, the prints will be painted using watercolors. If youContinue reading “Lesson Plan: David Bates, “Magnolia and Lemon””