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Stamping Ground, 1971, Romare Bearden, American; paper collage with graphite on board.

DIA At Home | Family Art Project: Neighborhood Collage

Creating a piece of art from smaller pieces of paper, fabric, or other objects is known as collage. American artist Romare Bearden, developed his unique approach to collage in the 1960s, as seen in his 1971 "Stamping Ground."
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Stabiles

DIA At Home | Art-Making: Stabiles

Alexander Calder named his stationary construction “stabiles.” Let’s make a free-standing geometric sculpture inspired by Calder’s "Young Woman and Her Suitors," a giant stabile on the DIA lawn.
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"All Blues," 2008, Allie McGhee, American; mix/canvas. Collection of Nettie Seabrooks.

Detroit Collects Scavenger Hunt

Students use this Scavenger Hunt to explore and make personal connections to the Detroit Collects exhibition.
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"Shiva and Parvati with Female Devotee," 19th century, Unknown, Indian. 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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Ofrendas from the 2018 Exhibitions

Día de Muertos, Past and Today | Ofrendas Lesson 4

Students will learn about Día de Muertos in Mexico and the United States.
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