In collaboration with Grounds For Sculpture, and the Seward Johnson Atelier, we are proud to present an Educator Guide focused on Dina Wind's Harp of David #1. This guide aims to provide you with a toolbox for teaching about sculpture, whether from the classroom, with the help of images, or on site at Grounds For Sculpture. In addition to offering a framework for engaging students in discussions and activities around 3-D artwork in general, we invite you to take a deep dive into two versions of a sculpture by the artist Dina Wind. Adaptable for students of all ages, the provided engagement prompts address National Arts Standards, such as observing, analyzing and interpreting works of art and synthesizing and relating knowledge to their own artistic practice
Dina Wind (1938-2014) was a trailblazing artist and arts advocate whose bold, abstract sculptures challenged stereotypes and embraced sustainability. Inspired by her legacy, the Dina Wind Art Foundation empowers women artists, builds community, and supports arts education.