"From early on, very early on, I understood that art is not about what you say. It’s about these other things that you don’t say."
Art21 has distributed all remaining copies of the Season Three Educators' Guide and is not accepting requests at this time. Thanks to all of the educators who have ordered the guide and use it in their classrooms.
The Season Three Educators' Guide can be downloaded as PDF files: the entire guide, by thematic section, and by individual artist.
Download: Season 3 Educators' Guide [2.0 MB]
Download: Introduction & Resources [80 KB]
Download: Power [300 KB]
Download: Memory [200 KB]
Download: Structures [190 KB]
Download: Laylah Ali [120 KB]
Download: Ida Applebroog [110 KB]
Download: Cai Guo Qiang [40 KB]
Download: Ellen Gallagher [40 KB]
Download: Arturo Herrera [110 KB]
Download: Oliver Herring [150 KB]
Download: Roni Horn [60 KB]
Download: Mike Kelley [50 KB]
Download: Josiah McElheny [60 KB]
Download: Matthew Ritchie [50 KB]
Download: Susan Rothenberg [90 KB]
Download: Jessica Stockholder [110 KB]
Download: Hiroshi Sugimoto [70 KB]
Download: Richard Tuttle [70 KB]
Download: Fred Wilson [80 KB]
Download: Krzysztof Wodiczko [80 KB]
The Season Three Educators' Guide was written by Jessica Hamlin, Art21 Director of Education and Outreach, in collaboration with the Art21 NYC Education Advisory Council: Thi Bui, former Social Studies and Visual Art Teacher, High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology, Brooklyn, NY; Dina Helal, Head of Curriculum and Online Learning, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY; Jonell Jaime, former Head of School and Family Programs, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY; Sasha Kopelowitz, MFA Candidate, Purchase College, Purchase, NY; Kristin Smith, Visual Art Teacher, Bronx Lab School, Bronx, NY; and Cathie Wright-Lewis, Literary Coach and Language Arts Teacher, Bedford Academy, Brooklyn, NY.
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