A free program for metro area schools where teachers engage in special
training and receive teaching posters and other materials useful for
interpreting art across the disciplines. Lesson plans, classroom
activities, and support materials for these sessions are available
online for registered schools and teachers.
MARCH THEME - GREEK ARTWORKS
The Omaha Painter & Poseidon and the Sea: Myth, Cult, and Daily Life
Docent-Guided Tour of Poseidon and the Sea
Decoding Ancient Living
presented by professional actor and theatre educator Amy Kunz
Ancient Greek inspired Mosaics
presented by artist Catherine Witt
To register or receive more information, call (402) 661-3847 or click here to e-mail Joslyn's Director of School Programs & Interactive Media.
This program is supported by the generous contributions of Deloitte, The
Dixon Family Foundation, Gilbert M. and Martha H. Hitchcock Foundation,
Iowa West Foundation, Mammel Foundation & Wells Fargo
IMAGES: The Omaha Painter (attributed (Greek, 6th century B.C.), Attic Black-Figure Ovoid Neck-Amphora,
ca. 570 B.C., clay, 15 inches high, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Woods, Jr; Statue of Poseidon/Neptune alongside dolphin, Roman, 1st century AD
(after Classical Greek original), marble, Tampa Museum of Art, Joseph
Veach Noble Collection 1986.135; Photo courtesy of lender.