Art has been part of the history of national parks since the 1870s when Hudson River School painters captured majestic Western landscapes. Today our parks contain all types of art, including prehistoric art, unique shapes, and structures carved by Mother Nature and human-made art by artists, writers, and musicians.
Each class download includes a colorful, image-based PowerPoint Slide Deck (presentation time: 30 – 40 minutes), Microsoft Word Speaker Notes, Songs & Playlist, a Call & Response Poem, and a Creative Workshop Project Lesson Plan (one or two 30-minute sessions). Click here to learn more: Class Components
Image provided by NPS Public Domain