CABINET magazine. Immaterial Incorporated (aka Cabinet) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) art and culture organization founded in 1999. By operating with the most expansive and inclusive definition of “culture” possible, one that includes both the quotidian and the extraordinary, Cabinet aims to foster curiosity about the world we have made and inhabit.
Iceberg Concept of Culture- I use this for so many activities in class. Primarily, I use it for students to analyze elements of culture found in literature, movies, and art. It helps them seem deeper than the surface levels of culture.
How Have Women’s Bodies Evolved? - The online fashion retailer, Marisota, created this infographic that takes a look at the evolution of culture’s definition of the “perfect” women. The infographic timeline provides examples of the ideal female body shape from 1920′s all the way to their predictions for 2020.
This print and go mini-book will teach your students all about cultural diversity! Your students will learn the definition of culture and what things help to create each culture. Each page has illustrations that will help your students better grasp the concepts.
A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.