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  • Summer Camp Programs | American Folk Art Museum
    stories behind works of art through group discussion work with the museum s Touch Collection and create a portfolio of drawings in the galleries to take home All materials are provided Select themes include Animals All Around Many Movements Shape Silhouette Symbols Info Reservations Please contact the education department at 212 265 1040 ext 381 or education folkartmuseum org Cost 100 for up to 30 participants for an hour long program A 50 down payment of the total cost is required upon receiving your contract the remainder of the balance is due one week prior to your visit date Lunch There is no lunch facility on site but there are multiple outdoor spaces steps away for groups to sit and eat Please ask for more details when you book your visit Accessibility The Museum is fully accessible and offers customized programs for groups with special needs Additional lead time may be necessary to appropriately arrange these programs SEE WHAT S NEW FOR TEENS Log Cabin Quilt Courthouse Steps Variation Samuel Steinberger 1865 c 1934 Gallery Visitors Location Hours Tours Exhibitions Calendar About Us Families Community Access Shop Researchers Library Archives Explore the Collection Exhibition History Publications Students Educators K 12

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  • Educator Tools & Events | American Folk Art Museum
    of the exhibition Includes collection images lesson plans a glossary and a bibliography Texts about the artworks in this Guide are an amalgam of information developed by the Smithsonian American for the exhibition and by the education department at the American Folk Art Museum Download the PDF Self Taught Genius Grades K 12 A Curriculum Guide for teachers developed in conjunction with the traveling exhibition Self Taught Genius Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum It presents information about selected artists and artworks from the exhibition and offers topics for classroom discussion writing activities and art projects that introduce the key ideas of the exhibition Includes collection images lesson plans a glossary and a bibliography Download the PDF Quilts Grades K 12 An educators resource that explores aspects of the museum s quilt collection Includes collection images lesson plans a glossary and a bibliography Download the PDF Compass Folk Art in Four Directions Grades K 12 A curriculum resource organized in conjunction with the museum s 2012 presentation of the exhibition Compass Folk Art in Four Directions at the South Street Seaport Museum It is structured around four themes Exploration Social Networking Shopping and Wind Water and Weather Includes collection images lesson plans and a bibliography Download the PDF Folk Art Revealed Grades PreK 5 Grades 6 12 A curriculum resource for teaching American history and culture through folk art Includes collection images lesson plans a glossary and a bibliography Download the PDF PreK Grade 5 Download the PDF Grades 6 12 In the Realms of Henry Darger Grades 9 12 A curriculum resource that explores important themes in the work of 20th century self taught artist Henry Darger Includes selections from Darger s writings collection images lesson plans and a bibliography Download the PDF Design a Professional Development Workshop

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  • Annual Fund | American Folk Art Museum
    can even further support the museum s endeavors Gifts of 500 or more are acknowledged in the museum s Annual Report Your support counts If you have questions or if you wish to denote a gift in honor or memory please contact the membership office at 212 265 1040 ext 312 or membership folkartmuseum org LEARN ABOUT OPPORTUNITIES FOR VISITORS WHO ARE VISUALLY OR HEARING IMPAIRED Degree of Pocahontas Hooked

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  • Current | American Folk Art Museum
    and Benevolence relate the tenets of fraternal belief through a potent combination of highly charged imagery form and meaning The exhibition explores the fascinating visual landscape of fraternal culture through almost two hundred works of art comprising a major gift to the American Folk Art Museum from Kendra and Allan Daniel Co curators Stacy C Hollander Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs Chief Curator and Director of Exhibitions American Folk Art Museum and Aimee E Newell Director of Collections Scottish Rite Masonic Museum Library An exhibition catalog will be available Images from left Masonic Sign David Morrill 1788 1878 probably Vermont 1871 paint on wood 34 1 4 x 28 in American Folk Art Museum gift of Kendra and Allen Daniel Photo by José Andrés Ramírez www fotophoto net Independent Order of Odd Fellows Plaque artist unidentified United States 1850 1900 paint on wood 16 x 15 in American Folk Art Museum gift of Kendra and Allan Daniel Photo by José Andrés Ramírez www fotophoto net Chest Lid with Masonic Painting artist unidentified probably New England 1825 1850 paint on wood 22 1 4 x 37 1 4 in American Folk Art Museum gift of Kendra and Allan Daniel Photo by José Andrés Ramírez www fotophoto net Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hand Staffs artist unidentified United States 1850 1900 paint on wood various dimensions American Folk Art Museum gift of Kendra and Allen Daniel Photo by José Andrés Ramírez www fotophoto net Masonic Appliqué Quilt Grandmother of Wayne Robb United States 1885 cotton 86 x 88 1 2 in American Folk Art Museum promised gift of Kendra and Allan Daniel Photo by José Andrés Ramírez www fotophoto net Credits view all The exhibition is supported in part by Joyce Berger Cowin Kendra and Allan Daniel the David Davies and Jack

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  • Traveling | American Folk Art Museum
    of Art Explore the exhibition Traveling Exhibition AGNUS DAME detail Fabio Costa b 1983 Folk Couture Fashion and Folk Art January 21 2014 June 26 2016 Opens April 10 at the Huntsville Museum of Art Learn more Visitors Location Hours Tours Exhibitions Calendar About Us Families Community Access Shop Researchers Library Archives Explore the Collection Exhibition History Publications Students Educators K 12 School Visits Partnerships Teen Leader Program Camp Programs

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  • Folk Couture: Fashion and Folk Art (traveling) | American Folk Art Museum
    has always found inspiration in unpredictable sources art life history there are no boundaries In this spirit the American Folk Art Museum explores the relationship between inspiration and creation Thirteen established and emerging designers have created original ensembles inspired by artwork in the museum s collection Folk Couture will be on view at the Huntsville Museum of Art from April 10 to June 26 2016 Explore the collection here on

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  • Art Brut in America: The Incursion of Jean Dubuffet | American Folk Art Museum
    Self Taught Art and Art Brut American Folk Art Museum An exhibition catalog is available Images from left Heinrich Anton Mu ller 1869 1930 Untitled c 1927 1929 colored pencil on drawing paper 22 5 8 x 16 3 4 in Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne Switzerland Photo Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne by Claude Bornand Francis Palanc 1928 2015 Untitled 1953 finely ground eggshells on canvas 31 1 2 x 23 1 4 in Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne Switzerland Photo Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne by Henri Germond Jeanne Tripier 1869 1944 Petit dossier nº 10 Little folder no 10 c 1935 1939 ink varnish and sugar on paper page size between 8 5 8 x 6 3 4 in and 13 5 8 x 8 5 8 in Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne Switzerland Photo Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne by Jean Marie Almonte and Michael Legentil Atelier de numérisation Ville de Lausanne Aloïse Corbaz 1886 1964 Baptême de Pie XII Un Baiser à l aviateur Le Pape Pie XII monnayeur et son Sphinx sur le siège Baptism of Pius XII A kiss to the aviator Pope Pius XII counterfeiter and his Sphinx on the seat double sided c 1955 colored pencil on a sheet of paper folded in the middle 59 x 39 3 8 in Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne Switzerland Photo Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne by Olivier Laffely Atelier de numérisation Ville de Lausanne Augustin Lesage 1876 1954 Composition symbolique amour pour l humanité Symbolic composition love for humanity 1932 oil on canvas 38 1 4 x 27 1 2 in Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne Switzerland Photo Collection de l Art Brut Lausanne by Claude Bornand Installation view all Credits view all Major

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  • Folk Art and American Modernism | American Folk Art Museum
    a continuous American artistic tradition of which they considered themselves a living part Elizabeth Stillinger and Ruth Wolfe co curators The Ogunquit Modernists Elie and Viola Nadelman Marguerite and William Zorach Juliana Force and the Whitney Studio Club Charles Sheeler Isabel Carleton Wilde Holger Cahill Edith Halpert Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Index of American Design Jean and Howard Lipman Organized by the Fenimore Art Museum Cooperstown New York Images from left Charles Sheeler 1883 1965 Interior South Salem New York 1926 oil and fabricated chalk on linen 33 1 8 22 1 8 Whitney Museum of American Art New York gift of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney 31 344 Digital Image Whitney Museum N Y Elie Nadelman 1882 1946 Woman at the Piano New York City c 1917 stained and painted wood 35 1 8 x 23 1 4 x 9 including base The Museum of Modern Art New York The Philip L Goodwin Collection 105 1958 Copyright Estate of Elie Nadelman Digital Image The Museum of Modern Art Licensed by SCALA Art Resource New York Bernard Karfiol 1886 1952 Making Music Ogunquit Maine 1938 oil on canvas 32 x 40 Colonial Williamsburg Foundation promised gift of Bunty and Tom Armstrong 2000 TA 1 L Ex coll Robert Laurent Edith Halpert Mary Ann Willson active 1815 1825 Maremaid Greene County New York c 1815 17 1 4 x19 3 4 x1 1 8 framed watercolor on paper Fenimore Art Museum Cooperstown New York gift of Stephen C Clark N0085 1961 Ex coll Jean and Howard Lipman Photo by Richard Walker Attributed to The Beardsley Limner possibly Sarah Bushnell Perkins 1771 1831 Oliver Wight probably Massachusetts 1786 1793 oil on canvas 31 1 4 x 25 1 2 Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation museum purchase Ex coll Isabel Carleton Wilde Artist unidentified Winter Sunday in Norway Maine Probably Maine c 1860 oil on canvas 25 1 2 x 31 1 2 x 1 3 4 framed Fenimore Art Museum Cooperstown New York gift of Stephen C Clark N0231 1961 Ex coll Jean and Howard Lipman Photo by Richard Walker Gould and Hazlett Company Archangel Gabriel Weathervane Charlestown Boston 1840 gold leaf on iron and copper 28 1 2 x 71 1 2 x 6 Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection Photo by George Kamper www gkamper com Attributed to Abraham Heebner 1802 1877 Exotic Bird and Townscape Montgomery County Pennsylvania c 1830 1835 watercolor and ink on paper 13 1 4 x 11 1 4 x 1 framed collection of Jane and Gerald Katcher Ex coll Edith Halpert Artist unidentified Federal Sideboard Table New England 1810 1830 paint on wood with brass knob 34 7 8 x 26 x 20 American Folk Art Museum museum purchase through the Eva and Morris Feld Folk Art Acquisition Fund 1981 12 6 Ex coll Jean and Howard Lipman Photo by John Parnell Joseph Pickett 1848 1918 Manchester Valley New Hope Pennsylvania 1914 1918 oil with sand on canvas 45 1 2 x 60

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