A pilot project of the National Endowment for the Humanities' We the People program, "Picturing America" has been created to promote the teaching, study, and understanding of American history and culture in K-12 schools through examples of the nation's most significant works of art and architecture and to facilitate interdisciplinary partnerships between school library media specialists, art teachers, classroom instructors, and other educators. "Picturing America" will provide 500 public and private schools with a collection of 20 double-sided, laminated posters depicting works of American art; related reading lists; and a 100-page resource booklet with information about the paintings, sculpture, architecture,...

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