Equity - Through ART

Alice Vogler
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9th - 12th
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“Throughout history, art has been used as an accessible tool for communication, raising awareness about social issues and affecting positive change.” –PBS

Subject: Visual Art + Social Studies 

Grade Levels: High School 

Arts educators, social studies educators

Resource Type: Lesson Plan Packet - 5 Lessons Total

This is a PDF file (17 pages total) 


  • Highlight artwork that focuses on race, gender, cultural equity and economic rights. 
  • Educate students about the power of art to create change - right now! 
  • Highlight the role of public art and messages of equity and social justice. 
  • Empower students to be change makers through art making.

What’s in this packet? 

Lesson 1: Messages and desires of EQUITY with ART

Lesson 2: PUBLIC ART 

Lesson 3: PUBLIC ART: Racial, gender + cultural equity 

Lesson 4: Art Now - Power of Art

Lesson 5: Power of Art, Part 2

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Total Pages
17 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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