Use the Gibbes collection as a tool for learning. Print these resources to foster in-class discussions and inter-disciplinary activities that explore science, history, and language while encouraging critical thinking and visual literacy. Materials are designed for K-12 educators and their students.
Bring the Gibbes to your classroom with this in-depth guide to the museum's collection. Designed specifically for educators, this resource helps students explore art through activities, discussion questions, journal entries, and more.
Landscape of Slavery
Explore American history, culture, and art through this guide for the Landscape of Slavery exhibition. Activities and discussion questions help students examine works of art featuring plantations and related slave imagery from the 18th century to the present.