While I’m gone from the classroom for a couple of days next week, students will be doing a  project on the artist Diego Rivera.  This morning I tooka few minutes to pull together a quick “The Best…” list for them to review today as an introduction to his life. They’ll go through these sites while we’re in the computer lab later today.

Here are my picks for The Best Sites To Learn About Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo (and are accessible to English Language Learners):

Here’s a slideshow from the New York Times recognizing the fiftieth anniversary of Rivera’s death

One more slideshow of his works.

A short biography of Rivera from Fact Monster.

Another biography (that’s probably less accessible to ELL’s) that includes some self-portraits.

Works of art by Frida Kahlo, the gifted artist who was married to Rivera.

The Museum Of Modern Art has an amazing interactive on Diego Rivera murals.

Frida Kahlo: Two Fascinating Exhibits Celebrate The Mexican Artist is from NBC News.

Here’s a great cartoon about Frida Kahlo

Google just announced and unveiled a new “Faces Of Frida” online exhibit, which they say is:

the largest collection of artworks and artifacts related to Frida Kahlo ever compiled.

TED-Ed has a lesson on Frida Kahlo.

Listen To What May Be The Only Voice Recording Of Frida Kahlo

In honor of Frida Kahlo’s birthday, here are 5 things you should know about the Mexican artist is from CNN.

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