Make Your Own Seal Script Stamp
Make your own seal script stamp and use it to “sign” a decorated postcard.
Odon the Giant - Story Time Draw Along
Students will draw their favorite unlikely, small hero from the Philippine folk tale “Odon the Giant.”
Pacita Abad: Mixed-Media Paintings
Create a colorful, mixed media painting inspired by artist Pacita Abad.
Decorate and Fold a Paper Fan
In Korea, paper fans are used in a traditional dance called buchaechum, which is often performed by groups of female dancers wearing colored hanboks (Korean traditional dress). Through dance choreography and movement, the fans express the beauty of nature by creating impressions of flowers, butterflies, and water.
Make your own harvest print to celebrate the onset of autumn and the harvest bounty.
The most famous object in the Asian Art Museum’s collection and among the most celebrated ancient Chinese bronzes in the world, this is the only bronze work in the form of a rhinoceros known to have been made during the Shang dynasty (approx. 1600–1050 BCE). The museum affectionately refers to this object as Reina, which means princess or queen in Spanish. Fold an origami Reina using these instructions.
Are There Geckos in Your Garden?
What Leo Valledor’s Titles Tell Us
Objective: Examine Valledor’s use of titles to understand how language and image work together to create an aesthetic experience.