Students will explore over 100 prints, plus several drawings and paintings that Rembrandt created between 1625 and 1665. They will see a wide variety of biblical, portrait, allegory, still life, landscape, and genre artworks, and will gain a deeper understanding of the working habits of Rembrandt as an artist, and moreover, as a printmaker.
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Offered September 24 – January 6, Monday – Friday, at 9:45, 10:15, and 11:15
CostFREE for students; free for chaperones. One chaperone needed for every 10 students. Divide class into groups of 10.
Colorado Academic Standards (see more)
- Social Studies
- Ask questions, share information and discuss ideas about the past and present
- Analyze the concepts of continuity and change and effect
- Visual Arts
- Observe and Learn to Comprehend
- Relate and Connect to Transfer
- Envision and Critique to Reflect
- Language Arts
- Oral Expression and Listening
- Research and Reasoning
21st Century Skills
- Critical Thinking & Reasoning
- Information Literacy