2012 AEM Presentation: Architectural Design within the Art Classroom

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao Spain by Celia Martinez Bravo
In this area you will find all of the necessary materials from my presentation at the 2012 Art Educators of Minnesota Conference entitled: Architectural Design within the Art Classroom. Many of the resources here were originally developed while I was a teacher within the Northfield Public Schools. I would hope you feel free to use this content, please observe copyright laws and acknowledge intellectual property rights when sharing or using this work. 


Architectural Websites of Interest:
- Videotect Challenge Imagine the City of the Future 30 - 120 second video
- Arcosanti - An Urban laboratory focused on innovative design, community, and environmental accountability by architect Paolo Soleri
- The Architecture Week's Great Building Collection Over a thousand usable images and excellent reference site for significant architects/architecture including photographic images, architectural drawings, integrated maps, timelines, 3D building models, bibliographies, links for the world's most significant structures.
- A to Z Architecture for Kids Presentation for NAEA from Carolyn Brooks A large collection of lessons, instructional presentations, and activities to foster architecture curriculum in your art classes (largely elementary ideas, but scalable)

Resources:
- Architecture is Elementary (free book preview)
- Frank Gehry in Pop-Up (one of our book references)
- 50 Architects You Should Know (one of our book references from the Perpich Center Library)
- The Architecture Pack (one of the our book references) 
- A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota (older but good preview here)

Idea Sparkers Based on Specific Architects:

Google SketchUp Resources:


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