Coming Away: Winslow Homer & England Post-Museum Visit Activities

Enjoy these post-museum visit activities on your self-guided experience through Winslow Homer. These activities are designed to take an hour, with three parts totaling 20 minutes. Courtesy of the Worcester Art Museum.

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Coming Away: Winslow Homer & England Pre-Visit Activities

These pre-museum visit activities will build students’ background knowledge and introduce students to the life, legacy, and work of Winslow Homer.  The multipart activities can be done together, separately, or in any combination that works for your classroom. Courtesy of the Worcester Art Museum.

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Coming Away: Winslow Homer & England Gallery Visit Program

Enjoy these in-gallery activities on your self-guided experience through Winslow Homer. These activities are designed to take an hour, with three parts totaling 20 minutes. Courtesy of the Worcester Art Museum.

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Haunted Screens: Film Glossary

A listing of relevant film terms adapted from www.studyguide.org. General Terms Shot – Continuous, unedited piece of film of any length Scene – A series of shots that together form a complete episode or unit of the narrative Storyboard – Drawn up when designing a production. The series of pictures show how each shot relates to the… Read on

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Haunted Screens: Playing with Film Terms

Be the filmmaker! Using your smartphone or iPad practice your film-vocabulary by filming different shots, camera angles and camera movements. Compare and contrast how filming an object or scene from different angles changes how you think, view, and feel. Compare and contrast how filming an object or scene from different angles changes how your audience… Read on

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American Epics: Benton in 3-D

See how a Benton classic was recreated in this article from the Peabody Essex Museum. Benton’s clay maquette (a sculptors small preliminary model or sketch) for Cotton Weighing is too fragile to travel, but come see the real thing at the Milwaukee Art Museum!

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