Curriculum-based Lessons That Embolden Citizen Artistry
During this unprecedented year of learning, Kennedy Center Education focused on developing digital education resources to ensure that students continue to have access to high-quality arts education content. The Kennedy Center’s teaching and learning priorities include a library of freecurriculum-based lessons, designed for the classroom—regardless of where that classroom may be; a robust collection of articles, videos, and podcasts that allow students of all ages to explore and learn about the arts online; a collection of video-based arts activities designed for young students, developed by Kennedy Center–curated teaching artists; Moonshot@Home activities presented by the Kennedy Center’s Moonshot Studio resident artists, plus freefamily-friendly performance videos and supporting educational content to help guide learning. The Kennedy Center continues to expand its offerings with online courses, web-based professional development, virtual conferences, and additional online experiences. Teachers, parents, and students can explore the free resources and sign up to be informed of new and upcoming programs.
The Civic Life Project's Democracy 2022 Youth Film Challenge is a global film competition for youth under age 25 to generate civics-oriented videos that ultimately create a groundbreaking movement for young Americans to get engaged in our democracy and to vote.
Developed by Artebinaria, Artinside Museum offers users a visit in augmented reality to an imaginary museum in which 100 masterpieces from the thirteenth to the twentieth centuries are exhibited in the space around them, in life size, within four collections and twenty exhibition rooms.
1987 the US Congress designated the entire month of March as Women’s History
Month. Teachers and students can celebrate the impact women have had on our
history, identity, culture, and daily lives today (and all the other days) with
the resources on these websites.