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Feb 03, 2020 2020-02-03

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Historical and Contemporary Asian Art and Culture

The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco puts the best of Asian art at teachers’ and students’ fingertips for use in the classroom or at home. Visitors to the museum’s website will find artworks, lessons and activities, background information, student-centered videos, and more. In an interactive on brush painting, for example, students use brushstroke techniques and dot patterns to copy the masters and create their own masterpieces. The free downloadable resources (PDFs) that accompany the activity include brushstroke vocabulary, instructions on how to hold a brush, directions on how to paint a lotus, as well as a teacher’s packet with information about brushstroke painting. Students can also view a time-lapse video of the making of this interactive.

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