The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is home to a variety of artworks spanning several centuries and includes work from around the globe. Collections include works by Kerry James Marshall, Pablo Picasso, Betye Saar, and many others. K-12 art educators will find a variety of materials to use in the classroom on the museum's teacher resources page. These resources include a series of grade-level curriculum materials designed for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Each of these curricula guides pairs a handful of artworks with a short essay designed to help teachers incorporate discussion about the artwork into their classrooms. Another highlight of this collection is a series of thematic resources created as part of the museum's Evenings for Educators series. These materials include full lesson plans and lists of additional resources for students.