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Looking for remote learning ideas for your family, students, or yourself? NCMA educators highlight a few of their favorites on NCMALearn. Plus, find tips for exploring NCMALearn on your own.
In ten minutes, you can practice close looking and reflection with these ideas: Personal Prompt, Back to Back Drawing, Dream Journal inspired by Tree of Life, or Nouns and Adjectives. Got a little more time? Try making your own kinetic sculpture inspired by Vollis Simpson’s Wind Machine.
Need a quick escape? You can visit Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico in 360 video in less than 6 minutes. Have a bit more time? Explore the NCMA’s conservation lab in 360 in 360 using interactive hot spots.
Meet works of art from NCMA’s collection!
Try our quick prompts for looking and making with our Meet the Art series geared to PreK and elementary students. Search our quick tips using the phrase “meet the art” to find more.
Meet the Artist! Videos on NCMALearn.
Hear a quick chat with Ledelle Moe or settle in for a longer conversation from one of our live programs below.
NCMA Recommends Series
Each Friday, our staff will take a visitor-favorite work of art and share art-making, film, music, and educational recommendations that it inspires. Visit this story about the NCMA Recommends Series for PreK-College resources the main website for a complete listing of resources.