Teachers working on a collaborative mural during a teacher workshop at the museum.
Earn Act 48 Credit through our Teacher Workshops
Teacher Workshops focus on ways to use contemporary art in your
classroom while meeting state and national learning standards. Workshops topics
include: color theory, aesthetics, collaboration, creativity and silkscreen
printmaking and more. We are confident these hands-on workshops will help you
return to your classroom energized and inspired!
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Pearlstein, Warhol, Cantor: From Pittsburgh to New York
June 24th, 2015 4:30-8pm
This exhibition is the first to explore the work of Philip
Pearlstein, Andy Warhol, and Dorothy Cantor as students at Carnegie Tech (now
Carnegie Mellon University), and as young artists breaking into the New York
Art World in the early 1950s. Through
hands-on studio and silkscreening projects teachers will explore the path that
all three artists took from their early Pittsburgh roots to their ambitious
start in New York. 3 ACT 48 Credit hours
will be available for teachers.
Email Nicole Dezelon or call 412.237.8365 to register.