Working with Sculpture Curriculum Lesson Plan Sculpting a Message: From the Counter-Reformation to the Present Day



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J. Paul Getty Museum
Education Department

Working with Sculpture Curriculum Lesson Plan
Sculpting a Message: From the Counter-Reformation to the Present Day


Grades: Middle School (6–8), High School (9–12)

Subjects: History-Social Science, Visual Arts, English-Language Arts

Time Required: 5 to 6 class periods plus independent work
Lesson Overview

Students will learn how images have been used to persuade people in the past and present about a specific message or idea. They will research the 17th-century European Counter-Reformation and discuss how a sculpture of a saint might have been used as a persuasive image in a Catholic convent or monastery. Working in teams, students will then create sculptures commissioned by “patrons” and write press releases to promote their creations.




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