Henry Moore’s Working Model for Three Piece No. 3: Vertebrae (foreground) is one of the stops on this tour.
Genesee Journey Follow the stories of upstate New York, Rochester, and the Memorial Art Gallery itself through artworks in the Gallery’s collections. Portraits, landscapes and decorative objects all provide a glimpse into aspects of American life in the 18th and 19th centuries. Curriculum Connections: Art, ELA, Social Studies Grade Level: Elementary, Secondary ^Top
Asher B. Durand Genesee Oaks
Learning to Look: An Introduction to the Gallery What is an art museum? What can you learn by looking at an artwork? Students of all ages explore the Gallery’s collections through finding details, learning new vocabulary and sharing their own observations. Curriculum Connections: Art, ELA, Social Studies Grade Level: Elementary, Secondary ^Top
Many Faces, Many Places Travel through time and space and hone observational skills on a cross-cultural world tour. Come face-to-face with artworks such as masks, paintings and statues representing cultures from major world regions, including the Arctic, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, ancient Egypt and sub-Saharan Africa. Curriculum Connections: Art, ELA, Social Studies Grade Level: Elementary ^Top