Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Follow-up Session to Explore Photographs on 11/6

October 14th, 2010 Comments off

The next workshop for current Art & Language Arts participants is coming up on Saturday, November 6, 2010. Getty staff can’t wait to spend the day discussing photographs and engaging in art-making activities related to photographic processes.

Bowl with Sugar Cubes / Kertész

Bowl with Sugar Cubes, André Kertész, 1928. © Estate of André Kertész

Teachers will be introduced to the photography collection by museum educators and curators. They’ll also have a rare opportunity to spend time with photographs in our collection in the intimate setting of our photo study room. Some of our “greatest hits” by master photographers will be on view in a room just for us! So exciting!

Current Art & Language Arts participants: What would you like to know about photography? We can discuss your questions at the workshop.

Current and former participants: How do you already incorporate photography in your curriculum?

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recommended photo activities?

October 13th, 2009 Comments off

Self-Portrait with Camera / Man RayOur next workshop for current Art & Language Art participants (on Saturday 11/7) will focus on photography.

Share your successes and challenges with incorporating photography into the elementary classroom. What activities have worked well with K–5 students? Do you have recommendations for cameras you’ve used with your students? Which photographs from the Getty’s collection have your students responded to?

Self-Portrait with Camera, Man Ray,
1932, Gelatin silver print (solarized),
11 1/2 x 9 in.
© Man Ray Trust ARS-ADAGP