Introduce your students to the richness and diversity of works of art in selected collections of the Museum. These comprehensive and fully illustrated guides provide useful background information and ideas for engaging students.
Learn about art and culture of the Islamic world and glean ideas for supporting studies of English language arts, math, science, social studies, world history, and visual arts.
Explore the rich and diverse artistic heritage of sub-Saharan Africa through forty traditional works in the Metropolitan's collection.
Use this comprehensive resource as an invaluable introduction to ancient Egyptian history and art focusing on works in the Museum's collection.
Introduce your students to works of art made in the lands where many features of civilization originated.
Examine and discuss works in the Museum's collection that embody the Renaissance interest in classical learning, fame, and beautiful objects.
Through an exploration of diverse works of art in the Museum's collection from the South Asian subcontinent and the Himalayan region as well as from the many lands of Southeast Asia, this resource provides an ideal introduction to the history and culture of this vast region.
Although Korea's cultural connections with China and Japan form a crucial part of its history, Korea also has a visually rich and technically sophisticated artistic tradition that is separate and distinct from that of its larger East Asian neighbors. This publication will assist educators in presenting Korea's distinctive cultural legacy to students of all ages.
An in-depth exploration of Rodin's renowned late nineteenth-century sculpture commemorating the bravery of Calais's local heroes.
This publication is designed not only to introduce the Museum's collection of Greek art, but also to provide a general grounding in ancient Greek culture, from the prehistoric period to the end of the Classical age.
Examine the principles of geometric design that are the basis for the beautiful and intricate patterns in the art of the Islamic world.
This learning-activity set provides a closer look at the Museum's spectacular set of Byzantine silver objects, known as the David Plates.
This resource presents medieval art in the Museum's collection from Western Europe and Byzantium and provides strategies for teaching art of the Middle Ages.
In this focus on one of the Museum's most popular destinations, learn how the garden's peaceful environment offers a window through which you can glimpse how nature was traditionally perceived in Chinese culture.
Introduce your students to the rich cultural legacy of Rome through the study of Roman art.