Online Education Resources

While our Museum is closed to the public, we are sharing some educational activities for those looking for materials to use in distance learning.

Check back soon for additional activities.

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Seeing Shapes and Colors

a??Seeing Shapes and Colorsa?? invites students to explore shape and color through the Museuma??s permanent collection and engage in a hands-on artmaking experience.

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Josef Albers,A?Homage to the Square: Wet and Dry,A?1960 | Gene Davis,A?Untitled, 1969

These activities are based on two works from our collection: a??Homage to the Square: Wet and Drya?? by Josef Albers, and a??Untitleda?? by Gene Davis and can be done with any colorful materials you have at home: cardboard, construction paper, tape, crayons, markers, and chalk. Feel free to get creative!

Download the Activity Guide

Other Resources
Activity Guide - Spanish
Step-by-step Illustrated Guide

Seeing Shapes and Colors Educatora??s GuideA?is publicly available as part ofA?DC Collaborative's Distance Learning Resource. Check out the many other educational resources DC Collaborative has collected from arts and culture organizations across the District of Columbia.
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Be sure to post photos of your work! Tag us with @kreegermuseum and #SeeingShapesAndColors and we will share any public posts to our Instagram and Facebook stories.
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