Academic Decathlon Art Training: World War I

The Amon Carter provides unique and educational museum experiences for Pre-K through twelfth-grade students. A team of professional Gallery Teachers facilitates tours and utilizes an inquiry-based approach to allow students to make personal and meaningful connections with the museum’s collection and special exhibitions. For more information about student programs, please call 817.989.5031 or email teaching@cartermuseum.org.

Monday, November 18, 2013
3:00pm5:00pm

Student and Educator Videoconference
$150 per team

Receive a training session on the art section of the U.S. Academic Decathlon curriculum from the comfort of your own school. During this live broadcast, review early twentieth-century American and European art featured in the competition, discover the origins of modern art, and learn how artists heeded the call for social change during World War I.

Ask your campus or district distance learning site manager to register at http://www.connect2texas.net/. After registering, contact the Amon Carter at 817.989.5038 or distancelearning@cartermuseum.org to receive additional instructions prior to the broadcast.

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