Basic Resources

2021 Resources

  • Aperture is pleased to present “Vision & Justice: A Civic Curriculum,” a free publication released on the occasion of Vision & Justice: A Creative Convening on Art, Race, and Justice, a landmark two-day conference taking place at Radcliffe on April 25–26, organized by Professor Sarah Lewis. In 2016, Lewis guest edited Aperture’s summer issue, “Vision & Justice,” a monumental edition of the magazine that sparked a national conversation on the role of photography in constructions of citizenship, race, and justice.”

Higher Education Division: Remote Learning

United Photo Industry Teacher Resources – A wonderful site full of resources

The UPI Collaberative Photography Lessons above are available directly on the UPI site and are developed by participating educators during professional development programing, enjoy!

Art & Education:

British Journal of Photography

Cell Phone Photography: Hive & SVA

Color Theory:

Conceptual_Revolutions_in_Twentieth-Century_Art

Creative Live

Common Core:

Curriculum: 21st Century Learning Models

Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling

Google Drawing:

History of Photography:

Interactive ExposureLearn The Exposure Triangle

ISTE Educational Standards

K-12 Blueprint: Technology Resources for Educators & Administrators

Lessons:

Light Research: Articles on Photogaphy

Lifehacker: Guides to basic photography

MUSEUMS

PBS Article, How this museum preserves thousands of photographs

Scott Kelby:

Teaching Social Justice through Photography

Writing Style Guides: List of additional styles

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