HUNTER MUSEUM & EDUCATORS
Hunter Education Fellows are a cohort of teachers collaborating with the Hunter Museum to create engaging curriculum integrated with and focused on the arts. Fellows explore topics that stimulate reflective, equitable learning in the classroom through professional development workshops throughout the school year.
Each semester, the Hunter partners with teachers interested in connecting with the museum collection. Fellows have the opportunity to bring students to the museum at a discounted rate and to showcase student work in the museum with a celebration of their talent at the end of each semester.
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The Hunter offers space to exhibit student work on a monthly basis to celebrate the hard work and creative talents of young artists.
Tell us how you have responded to Hunter Museum’s collection! The Education Studio Hall Student Gallery provides a 33 x 4 ft. display wall space that can accommodate 2-D works and limited 3-D works that do not project out more than six inches and that can be hung on a flat wall with nails or push pins. Documentation of work and the lesson process is also encouraged!
Please fill out the following application which contains detailed information about how to hang work at the Hunter. Please email Manager of School and Community Programs, Kris Bespalec at email@example.com, after the form has been filled out to confirm your application was received and to finalize plans for installation if approved. Thank you!
January: East Lake Academy of Fine Arts
February: Hunter Teen Artists
March: Bowman Hills School
May: The Howard School and Hunter Education Fellows
June: Hunter Art Camp
July: Hunter Art Camp
Enjoy these printable educator resources that focus on lessons in the classroom utilizing artwork from the Hunter Museum.
Beyond the Frame: Celebrating 70 Years of Collecting Beyond the Frame: Celebrating 70 Years of Collecting features some of our guests’ favorite pieces, as well as many of the Hunter’s newest acquisitions. Beginning in 1952, the same year the museum opened its doors,...
Art, Animals, and Ecosystems Animals, both real and imaginary, have played an important role in art. From scientific illustrations documenting native wildlife to raven rattles* used in important ceremonies, art helps us understand and connect with the natural world....
Noel W. Anderson: American SymbolsSymbolic imagery can be a subtle and very effective means of communicating ideas in both art and literature. After exploring examples of symbols in the Hunter's permanent collection and viewing the symbolic imagery in Noel Anderson’s...
Plein Air painting is the art of painting outdoors where artists can connect directly with the natural world.
Looking at the art of Lalla Essaydi.
Education and Family Guide exploring the work of artist Lalla Essaydi
Discuss and analyze representations of women in media and art.
Designed to support discussing racial violence and lynching in the United States and specifically in Hamilton County, TN.
Focus on Romare Bearden’s artwork and visual conversation.
Explore how images and words contribute to the meaning of a story.
Exploring collage through layering, overlapping, and combining disparate elements to create new meanings.
Use easy-to-find materials to make decorative craft paper.
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Create and Play
Enjoy art activities, puzzles, coloring pages, and Zoom backgrounds inspired by art from the collection.
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