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North carolina focus in art

“North Carolina Focus in Art”

Recommended for Grades 3-5:

From Murphy to Manteo, and Bath to Boone! North Carolina has served as an inspiration for artists from colonial times to the present day. Learn about our state’s rich history through the eyes of artists who call it home (and some who might wish they could)!

North Carolina Common Core and Essential Standards Correlations:

Social Studies:

3.H.1, 3.H.2, 3.C&G.1, 3.C&G.2, 3.C.1

4.H.1, 4.H.2, 4.C&G.1, 4.C&G.2, 4.C.1

5.H.1, 5.H.2, 5.C&G.1, 5.C&G.2, 5.C.1

Visual Arts:

3.V.I, 3.V.2, 3.CX.1, 3.CR.1

4.V.1, 4.V.2, 4.CX.1, 4.CR.1

5.V.1, 5.V.2, 5.CX.1, 5.CR.1

English Language Arts:

3.SL.1, 3.SL.2, 3.SL.3, 3.SL.4, 3.SL.6

4.SL.1, 4.SL.2, 4.SL.3, 4.SL.4, 4.SL.6

5.SL.1, 5.SL.2, 5.SL.3, 5.SL.4, 5.SL.6

Pre visit key questions
Pre-Visit Key Questions: Correlations:

  • What are some “symbols” or images (or colors/shapes) that can represent the state of North Carolina?

  • How do the landscapes (from the mountains to the beaches) of North Carolina look different from (or similar to) other landscapes in other places you’ve seen?

  • Besides a state symbol, or a landscape of a place in North Carolina, how can a work of art reflect or represent the state? (Hint: what kinds of materials could be “North Carolina” materials?)

John beerman three trees two clouds american 1990
John Beerman, Correlations:Three Trees, Two Clouds (American, 1990)

Thomas sully udney maria blakely 1815 1842 american 1830
Thomas Sully, Udney Maria Blakely Correlations:(1815-1842), (American, 1830)

Jacob lawrence forward american 1967
Jacob Lawrence, Correlations:Forward(American, 1967)

George bireline matisse window american 1964
George Bireline, Correlations: Matisse Window(American, 1964)

Beverly mciver reminiscing american 2005
Beverly McIver, Correlations:Reminiscing(American, 2005)

William beechey the oddie children british 1789
William Beechey, Correlations:The Oddie Children(British, 1789)

John james audubon birds of america plate 17 carolina turtle dove american 1827 38
John James Audubon, Correlations:Birds of America: Plate #17 “Carolina Turtle Dove”(American, 1827-38)

Bob trotman girl american 2002
Bob Trotman, Correlations: Girl(American, 2002)

Joseph albers homage to the square veiled high spring centered and michoacan american 1956
Joseph Albers, Correlations:Homage to the Square: “Veiled,”“High Spring,”“Centered,” and “Michoacan”(American, 1956)

John thomas biggers untitled american 1994
John Thomas Biggers, Correlations: Untitled(American, 1994)

Post visit key questions
Post-Visit Key Questions Correlations:

  • Do you have a favorite work of art you saw today? What made it your favorite?

  • What are some different ways works of art can reflect or represent where they live?

  • Does an artist have to live in North Carolina to be connected to the state?