Principles of Design, Grades 4 – 13+
Remembering Manzanar, Manzanar National Historic Site
Ideas for the Classroom
Art of the Blade features more than 50 swords and sabers that were designed to be both decorative and functional. With this collection, you’re welcome to balance a sword in your hand while you feel the weight of the blade. Through trial and error, artists spent more than 100 years designing the pieces in this collection.
What is the Engineering Design Process? PBS Learning Media, Wisconsin Public Television, Grades 3-12
Utilizing commonly consumed materials throughout his work, and infusing them with a sense of aggressive engagement, artist Keith Kaziak exposes concerns in our precarious culture and times. Structural forms, iconic symbols, commercial culture, and sociopolitical disconnections provoke the viewer to decode and react to his work. Great for high school students learning to analyze and critique artwork.
John & Susan Toussant Student Artist Gallery
The Trout Museum of Art is pleased to invite student artists to submit artwork for consideration for the John & Susan Toussant Student Artist Gallery! This gallery is an extension of the Trout Museum of Art and is located on the 5th floor of the Fox Cities Building for the Arts.
Internships & Volunteering
Internship and volunteer opportunities are available year-round for high school and college students! Get hands-on experience working as part of a non-profit organization. Contact Marci Hoffman for more information about art, education, museum studies, curation, marketing, and non-profit experiences.