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The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited Virtual Tour

from The Durham Museum

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The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited explores Jim Henson’s groundbreaking work for film and television and his transformative impact on popular culture. This comprehensive exhibition reveals how Henson and his team of builders, performers, and writers brought to life the enduringly popular worlds of The Muppet Show, Sesame StreetFraggle RockThe Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, and much more. The exhibition features a broad range of artifacts related to Henson’s unparalleled career, including more than 20 puppets, character sketches, story boards, scripts, photographs, film and television clips, behind-the-scenes footage, and iconic costumes. This is a traveling exhibition on display at The Durham Museum from the Museum of the Moving Image.

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This program is free of charge.

Length

30 minutes


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) Kindergarten, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Minimum participants:

10

Maximum participants:

30


Primary Disciplines

Fine Arts, Performing Arts


Program Delivery Mode

Zoom
Microsoft Teams



Booking Information

Programs must be requested no later than 4PM CST the Friday prior to your requested date. Classes are available Mondays between 12PM CST and 4PM CST and Tuesdays-Fridays between 8:30AM CST and 4PM CST. Please check that your account is in the correct time zone before booking.

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

Please notify us with-in 48 hours if it is necessary to cancel a session. We understand that cancelations my occur (ie due to weather) and will reschedule

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The Durham Museum

Omaha, NE
United States

The Durham Museum offers a fascinating look at the history of the region and offers a broad-range of traveling exhibits covering subjects ranging from history and culture, to science, industry and more through our affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution and strong ties with the Library of Congress, National Archives and the Field Museum.

Contact:
Education Department
education@durhammuseum.org
4024445027

Program Details

Format

-The program will begin with an introduction to the exhibit followed by a tour.
-Time is set aside for questions at the closing (as well as throughout the presentation)

Objectives

The participants will explore, analyze, and/or interpret elements of media and visual arts.

Standards Alignment

State Standards

Nebraska K-12 Fine Arts Standards: Media Arts
FA 2.1.1.b Determine the steps, vocabulary, and the resources necessary to create media arts.
FA 5.1.1.b Develop a process with timelines and roles using steps, vocabulary, and resources in creating media arts (e.g., storyboard).
FA 8.1.1.b Expand media arts vocabulary along with elements and principles of design in the creative process.
FA 12.1.1.b Apply media arts vocabulary along with elements and principles of design in the creative process.
FA 2.1.3 Students will explore the concept of interpretation through media arts.
FA 5.1.3 Students will develop ability to interpret and evaluate work produced in media arts.
FA 8.1.3 Students will develop ability to analyze, interpret, and evaluate work produced in media arts.
FA 12.1.3 Students will analyze, interpret, and evaluate work produced in media arts.
FA 2.1.3.a Identify different elements that make up media arts and how they make us feel (e.g., background music, imaging, timing).
FA 5.1.3.a Compare and contrast the elements of media arts that make it unique (e.g., background music, imaging, timing, message).
FA 8.1.3.a Describe the qualities and relationships of the components in media arts as related to collective personal experiences.
FA 12.1.3.a Analyze and describe various forms, methods, styles, and qualities in media arts to reflect experience and create intention.
FA 2.1.4.a Investigate media arts connections to school, community, and everyday life (e.g., websites, advertising).
FA 5.1.4.a Examine media arts to demonstrate student interest and knowledge of self.
FA 8.1.4.a Demonstrate use of media arts to address social, cultural, or societal issues (e.g., advertising, social media, public service announcements).
FA 12.1.4.a Use historical, cultural, aesthetic, and critical frameworks to examine the capacity of media arts to reflect, affect, and catalyze personal reflection, action, or social change.
FA 2.1.4.d Identify the importance of media arts as a learning tool.
FA 5.1.4.d Share the importance of media arts as a learning tool and explore potential careers.
FA 8.1.4.d Examine careers in media arts and lifelong learning opportunities.
FA 12.1.4.d Evaluate the necessary training and lifelong learning skills for careers in media arts.

Nebraska K-12 Fine Arts Standards: Visual Arts
FA 2.2.4.c Communicate that works of art are made for different purposes.
FA 5.2.4.c Identify and discuss purpose and function of different art forms .
FA 8.2.4.c Compare and contrast the purpose and function of different art forms.
FA 12.2.4.c Synthesize how the purpose and function of art reveals aesthetic theory.
FA 2.2.4.d Identify how images and objects are used to convey a story, familiar experience, or connection to the world.
FA 5.2.4.d Explore how images and objects are used to convey a story, familiar experience, or connection to the world.
FA 8.2.4.d Explain how images and objects are used to convey a story, familiar experience, or connection to the world.
FA 12.2.4.d Connect images, objects, and a personal work of art to convey a story, familiar experience, or connection to the world.