Fabergé Eggs - A Journey Through History and Art

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Join us as we journey through the captivating history of Fabergé eggs, exploring their origins, significance, and the artistry that continues to captivate hearts.

Class experience

As an instructor for this class, I bring a solid foundation in art with a Bachelor's degree from Ferrum College in Virginia. With over 15 years of teaching experience, my journey as an art educator has encompassed various settings, including guiding my own children through homeschooling. This unique combination of formal education and practical experience has equipped me with a deep understanding of artistic principles and effective teaching methods. My passion for art, coupled with years of hands-on instruction, positions me well to share the rich history and intricate artistry of Fabergé eggs with students in an engaging and accessible manner.

Moreover, if I had not chosen to become an art teacher, I would have pursued a career as a history teacher, as history is another of my great passions. This dual passion allows me to provide a holistic perspective, weaving together historical context and artistic expression to create a comprehensive and enriching learning experience for all participants. I am committed to fostering a creative and supportive environment, inspiring a love for both art and history in my students.
Homework Offered
Assessments Offered
Students will be asked questions throughout the presentation as well as submit a photo of their finished art work to the class chat.
Grades Offered
A list will be provided in the class chat. 
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
As we delve into the world of Fabergé eggs, it's important to note that discussions may touch upon historical events, cultural contexts, and artistic symbolism. While these aspects contribute to the richness of the subject, they may evoke different emotions in learners.
Books:

"Fabergé Eggs: A Retrospective Encyclopedia" by Will Lowes and Christel Ludewig McCanless
"Fabergé: Treasures of Imperial Russia" by Geza Von Habsburg
Articles:

"The History of Fabergé Eggs" - An article from a reputable art or history publication.
Academic articles on the craftsmanship and cultural significance of Fabergé eggs.
Websites:

Fabergé Museum - The official website of the Fabergé Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, for virtual tours and historical information.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Explore their online collection for relevant artworks and historical context.
Interactive Materials:

Digital reproductions or images of classical artworks featuring hidden eggs for the hide-and-seek activity.
Educational videos or documentaries about Fabergé eggs and their craftsmanship.

Meet the teacher

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With a Bachelor's Degree in Art, from Ferrum College in Virginia, I bring over a decade of dedicated experience to each class. 
My approach to teaching is all about making learning an enjoyable adventure. Whether hosting lively art lessons, book... 
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$15

for 1 weeks
1 week

No live video meetings
Ages 9-13

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