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This annotated bibliography provides educators with a summary of books, articles, and other documents used to create our educational resources. This information can be used as supplemental material or to create new lesson plans and activities.
Making It: Andy Warhol’s Techniques Video Series
Learn how Warhol made his iconic artworks as our educators demonstrate the artist’s processes.
This Powerpoint presentation explores key moments in Warhol’s art and life, from his humble beginnings in Pittsburgh to his lasting legacy in New York City.
Powerpoint: Pop Art
This Powerpoint presentation provides an overview of Pop Art and Warhol’s contribution to the movement.
Powerpoint: Silkscreen Printing
This Powerpoint presentation offers a step-by-step introduction to silkscreen printing, from gathering and manipulating images to exposing screens and printing with stencils.
Recommended LGBTQ+ Resources for Educators
We encourage educators to prepare for their visit to the museum with resources that support LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Pride Coloring Pages
These free coloring pages were produced in honor of Pride and the premiere of Femme Touch, a museum-wide exhibition exploring the women and femmes who were intertwined with Andy Warhol’s life and career.
Powerpoint: Dandy Andy
This Powerpoint presentation explores how Warhol’s sexuality shaped his life and work against the backdrop of rapid changes in LGBTQ+ public life, such as the gay rights movement and the AIDS crisis.