Treasures of Asia

Sue Lindemulder, Art Teacher

This site is part of the 2002 UCLA Seminar, "Integrating East Asia and New Media Into the Curriculum"

Site Menu

It is said that the history of a civilization is preserved in the art work that is produced. Certainly this is true of the art work produced in East Asia. Through study of that art and then the creation of art work done in the manner of Asian Arts it is hoped that we will have a better understanding and appreciation of the people and their culture.

The primary purpose of these lessons is to provide art instruction based in the traditions of the three major countries of influence in East Asia, namely China, Japan, and Korea. Although these lessons originated at the middle school level they can be executed through the twelfth grade.




UCLA Center for East Asian Studies
Freer Art Gallery, Smithsonian Institute
Freeman Foundation
Teaching About Asia
Access Asia Lesson Plans
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Lessons from
Asian Art Museum
Art Institute of Chicago, Asian Art
Cleveland Museum of Art
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Asian Art

Mixed Media by Chris Hollman