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FLEX Meet the Artist - North American Art History (12-15)

In this 9-week Flex course, students will be introduced to North American art history by studying the lives and artwork of famous artists from the United States, Canada, Mexico.
Emeliann Lonas
26 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 1 learner
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Charged weekly
Flexible schedule
Over 9 weeks
No live meetings
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Class Experience

Students will know the individual lives of each artist explored, understanding their inspirations, influences, and defining experiences. Students will also understand how different art styles have developed and be able to apply the experiences of the artist and their own individual experiences and the elements and principles of art (taught each week in the context of that art style) in simple art analyses. 
All materials and instructions are provided on Monday or Wednesday, and activities can be completed digitally. Students may choose to print off note sheets or complete their mini-projects physically (upload a photo to the classroom for grading), but this is completely optional and up to the discretion of the student.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Each learner's progress will be assessed through their art analysis and completion of the mini-projects each week. Students will not receive a letter grade for this course unless requested by parent. 
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Google Drive and Canva are optional resources for students. They may find both resources helpful in their completion of the weekly mini-projects.
Students will complete their weekly lessons through self-paced Pear Decks. Additional materials may include Youtube videos from museums or organizations; these are embedded into the Outschool browser.

As we deep-dive into the lives of our artists, we will cover distressing or sensitive content (i.e. mental health issues, injuries, discrimination) that was prevalent in that artist's life. Content warnings will be provided for extremely sensitive topics, but a list of all subjects is available upon request before the start of class.
Material for this class comes from museum and gallery sources including The National Gallery, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 


Emeliann Lonas
Lives in the United States
Aspiring Educator + Forever Learner
26 total reviews
47 completed classes

About Me

My name is Emeliann and I am a university senior majoring in secondary education in the social sciences, with a minor in history. My specialties lie in American and European history, as well as American government and politics; my interests extend... 
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