# Pre-Visit Key Quesitons:

Parts of Art Recommended for Grades K-2: Where can you find circles, rectangles, squares, triangles, and patterns in every color imaginable? In works of art, of course! Learn to

recognize and talk about the elements of art on this lively tour (and hone your math skills, too)! North Carolina Common Core and Essential Standards Correlations: Mathematics:

K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.CC.6, K.OA.1, K.NBT.1, K.MD.1, K.MD.2, K.G.1, K.G.2, K.G.3, K.G.4 1.OA.5, I.NBT.1, 1.MD.1, 1.G.1 2.OA.2, 2.OA.3, 2.OA.4, 2.MD.3, 2.G.1 Visual Arts: K.V.1, K.V.2, K.CX.1, K.CR.1

1.V.1, 1.V.2, I.CX.1, I.CR.1 2.V.1, 2.V.2, 2.CX.1, 2.CR.1 English Language Arts: K.SL.1, K.SL.2, K.SL.3, K.SL.4, K.SL.6 1.SL.1, 1.SL.2, 1.SL.3, 1.SL.4, 1.SL.6 2.SL.1, 2.SL.2, 2.SL.3, 2.SL.4, 2.SL.6

Pre-Visit Key Questions: How many different geometric shapes can you name? (How many sides does a square have? A triangle? An octagonetc..?) When you draw a picture of your house, what

shape can you use to make the door? The roof? A window? When you think of a certain color, how does it make you feel? (Yellow=happy, Grey=sad, etc?) El Anatsui, Lines that Link Humanity (Ghanaian, active in Nigeria, 2008)

Frank Philip Stella, Raqqa II (American, 1970) Joseph Albers, Homage to the

Square: Veiled, High Spring, Centered, and Michoacan (American, 1956)

Lyonel Feininger, The Green Bridge II (American, 1916) Ellsworth Kelly, Blue Panel

(American, 1977) Alexander Archipenko, Blue Dancer (Ukrainian, modelled 1913-18, cast after 1961)

Jan Steen, Worship of the Golden Calf (Dutch, 1672-75) Gerhard Richter,

Station (577-2) (German, 1985) Louise Nevelson, Black Zag CC (American, 1964-71, final addition 1977)

Queen Mother Cloth in the Mmaban ("Mixed" or "There are Many") Pattern (African, c. 1930-40) Beaded Crown (Ad) (African, 20th century)

George Bireline, Matisse Window (American, 1964) Mosaic (Roman, 2nd century)

Jacob Lawrence, Forward (American, 1967) Post-Visit Key Questions: Did you have a favorite work of art that you saw today? Which one, and why? What patterns, shapes, colors, etc.

did it have in it? If you wanted to draw something that was lying still, what kind of line might you use? What kind of line(s) can you use to show something very energetic and wild? (Show with your arms and hands.) What color(s) would you use to show something quiet and

still? Something active and wild? Something peaceful etc?

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