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Use a five-instructional activity unit to investigate how different cultures use art for common purposes, such as the marking of special events, celebrations, and the validation of human experience.
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- Connect between art and social studies to provide additional historical context
- Part of a larger work, titled Discipline Based Art Education: A Curriculum Sampler, published by the J. Getty Trust
- Lesson topics include ways to commemorate special events, organizing memories, decorating a room, using masks in celebration, and creating a personal expression
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