Explore ways objects and artworks display or challenge ideas about power and privilege. What is power? Who has power and why? What is your own power?
Print out this scavenger hunt or insert it into the learning management system of your choice to create an interactive activity prompting kids to look closely at the artworks found in the object gallery below.
- Thomas HudsonThe Radcliffe Family
- Charles Marion RussellIn the Enemy's Country
- David P. BradleyLand O Bucks, Land O Fakes, Land O Lakes
- Kerry James MarshallBetter Homes, Better Gardens
- British artistThree Young Girls
- Leopard, Third Rank Military Official
- Iatmul artistOrator's Stool
- Aryballos with insects
- After Marco Chillitupa ChávezInca Rocca, VI, Inca
- Manchu Woman’s Informal Robe
- Artist not known, Costa RicaWarrior Figure with Trophy HeadA.D. 500-1000
- Master of IkerreDoor Panellate 1800s
Web Quest Resources
The DAM established Creativity Resource thanks to a generous grant from the Morgridge Family Foundation. Featured activities are supported by funding from the Tuchman Family Foundation, The Freeman Foundation, The Virginia W. Hill Foundation, Sidney E. Frank Foundation – Colorado Fund, Colorado Creative Industries, Margulf Foundation, Riverfront Park Community Foundation, Lorraine and Harley Higbie, an anonymous donor, and the residents who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Special thanks to our colleagues at the University of Denver Morgridge College of Education. The Free for Kids program at the Denver Art Museum is made possible by Scott Reiman with support from Bellco Credit Union.