Art, The Arts
Elementary, Commencement, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
This video series focuses on Roman art from the Louvre.
Roman Art from the Louvre Webisodes by ArtBabble.org
NAS.VA.Pr6.1.6.a Assess, explain, and provide evidence of how museums or other venues reflect history and values of a community.
NAS.VA.Re7.1.8.a Explain how a person’s aesthetic choices are influenced by culture and environment and impact the visual image that one conveys to others.
ARTS.VA.C.3.1.GE.C (GE) Students analyze and interpret the ways in which political, cultural, social, religious, and psychological concepts and themes have been explored in visual art.
ARTS.VA.C.3.1.MS.A (MS) Students using the language of art criticism, describe the visual and functional characteristics of works of art and interpret the relationships of works of art one to another, to describe the impact of the work on the viewer.
ARTS.VA.C.4.1.GE.A (GE) Students analyze works of art from diverse world cultures and discuss the ideas, issues, and events of the culture that these works convey.
ARTS.VA.C.4.1.MS.B (MS) Students interpret the meaning of works and artifacts in terms of the cultures that produced them.
ARTS.VA.C.4.1.MS.C (MS) Students explain how cultural values have been expressed in the visual arts, how art works have been used to bring about cultural change and how the art of a culture has been influenced by art works coming from outside that culture.