The Art of History is a unique classroom-based program combining social studies content with visual arts learning. A New-York Historical Society teaching artist will synthesize American History, art history, and the visual arts in a five-session mini-residency right in your classroom.
The Art of History is language-rich, and supports the Common Core Learning Standards for ELA and helps fulfill the visual arts requirements for ArtsCount.
Choose one residency theme or create a series!
Families Then and Now (K-2nd Grade)
Transportation in New York (K-2nd Grade)
Life with the Lenape (3rd-8th Grade)
Life in New Amsterdam (3rd-8th Grade)
American Revolution in New York (3rd-8th Grade)
Slavery in New York (3rd-8th Grade)
Immigration in New York (3-8th Grade)
For a detailed program description, download the Art of History Bulletin here!
To Book Art of History: Contact Penelope Morgan
212-873-3400, ext 396; Penelope.Morgan@nyhistory.org