Life Death Figure

Life-Death Figure (back and front), 900–1250. Huastec artist. Possibly found at the site of Chilitujú near San Vicente Tancuayalab, San Luis Potosí, Mexico. Sandstone, traces of pigment, 62 3/8 x 26 x 11 1/2 in. (158.4 x 66 x 29.2 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Frank Sherman Benson Fund and the Henry L. Batterman Fund, 37.2897PA

Teacher Leadership Program

Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 4:30–6:30 p.m.
Education Division, 1st Floor

Join us this month to experience the installation Life, Death, and Transformation in the Americas, the highly anticipated return of the Brooklyn Museum’s renowned Arts of the Americas collection. Go behind-the-scenes with curators Nancy Rosoff and Susan Kennedy Zeller to discover pre-Columbian, historical, and contemporary artworks that embody themes of life, death, fertility, regeneration, and spiritual transformation. Collaborate with educators from all subject areas to develop meaningful connections to classroom curricula.

All K–12 educators are welcome to attend this free event. Participants will receive free Museum passes and teaching materials.

Advance registration is required. Please email or call (718) 501-6244 to RSVP.