Tools and Resources to Support Development & Implementation of a High-Quality Art Curriculum


Teaching Pedagogy:

Cultural Institutions with Resources & Online Collections:

  • Museum of Indian Arts & Culture: The mission of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology is to serve as a center of stewardship, knowledge, and understanding of the artistic, cultural, and intellectual achievements of the diverse peoples of the Native Southwest.
  • National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture: NMPRAC is the only national museum focused on Puerto Rican arts and culture.
  • Japanese American National Museum: The mission of the Japanese American National Museum is to promote understanding and appreciation of America’s ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience.
  • Museum of Natural History: Virtual Tours of the Museum of Natural History
  • The Kansas African American Museum: Series of online learning (geared towards adults)
  • IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) : Online collection of works
  • National Museum of African American History and Culture: Online resources, including resources for talking about race, and online exhibiitions
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum: Online Collection
  • Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD): MoAD offers programs that showcase the art, history, and cultural richness of the African Diaspora. Our goal is to explore and celebrate the beliefs, practices, traditions, and customs connected to these movements.
  • The Mexican Museum: The mission of The Mexican Museum is to voice the complexity and richness of Latino art and culture throughout the Americas, and to engage and facilitate dialogue among the broadest public.
  • The Contemporary Jewish Museum: The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM) has distinguished itself as a welcoming place where visitors can connect with one another through dialogue and shared experiences with the arts.
  • La Plaza Museum: LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes—LA Plaza—is an institution of stories that makes known the role of Mexicans, Mexican Americans, and all Latinos in shaping the past, present, and future of Los Angeles. We share these stories through permanent and changing exhibits, educational initiatives, and a diverse range of public programming.

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