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"Worship of Hindu Deities," 17th century, Unknown, Indian; gouache and gilt on paper. Detroit Institute of Arts

World Religions: Shaping the Development of Societies

This graphic organizer helps students use their observations of artful objects as clues in uncovering how religion and philosophy have shaped the development of societies.
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Young person sitting on the floor in front of Frederic Church's Cotopaxi

Social-Emotional Learning and Art – Scavenger Hunt

Students use this self-guided scavenger hunt to connect emotions to pieces of art in the DIA collection.
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Two patrons on a bench, looking at a cloud like painting

Mindfulness and Art

Using this self-guided activity, visitors connect principles of mindfulness and art in the DIA collection.
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Native American headdress

Identity in the World: Looking at the Bigger Picture

Using this graphic organizer, students investigate how art can build an understanding of individual, group and world identity.

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Portrait painting

Individual Identity: Using Details as Clues

Help students capture descriptive details in their writing to make their thinking visible and find identities in art at the DIA.

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