This pitcher, one of the largest pieces of American historical earthenware known, is said to have been used at a reception given by the city of Troy, NY, for General Marquis de Lafayette in 1824. It is decorated all over with transfer-printed scenes, … Learn More
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The Albany Institute's distance-learning lessons are exciting, real-time, interactive programs. Instructors use objects, images, and inquiry-based teaching methods to engage students in lessons that focus on art and history. Students are active participants in the lesson; they observe, analyze, and express their ideas about the objects and images presented.
Lessons are intended for individual classes or groups of thirty students. Each lesson is approximately one hour long and corresponds with New York state and national standards.
Program Fee: $125 per session
Reservations are required at least two weeks in advance for all distance-learning and outreach lessons.