Grand Rapids Art Museum Offers Field Trips for Kids
The Grand Rapids Art Museum invites student groups and scouts of all levels to discover meaningful and interactive ways to connect and engage with art, creativity, and design.
GRAND RAPIDS ART MUSEUM FIELD TRIP DETAILS
Activate students’ creativity with meaningful and interactive ways to connect and engage with art and design. Choose from a variety of specialized tour themes, the Museum’s permanent collection, or temporary exhibitions to create a unique experience in the Museum galleries and studio spaces.
Tour themes include; Art + History: Social Studies Through the Eyes of Artists, Learning to Look: An Introduction to the Museum Experience, and Green Features: Exploring the Relationship Between Nature, Sustainability, and Creativity.
GRAM school tours promote critical thinking and literacy skills while fostering an appreciation for works in GRAM’s galleries. Emphasizing on student-centered learning and critical dialogue, tours enhance analytical skills vital to art studies, in addition to other areas of the school curriculum.
GRAM Studio workshops are led by museum educators and teach students art-making techniques in a variety of media through activities inspired by various works of art in the galleries.
Tours and workshops are available Tuesdays through Fridays between 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M., and must be requested three weeks in advance.
SCOUT TROOPS ARE WELCOME
Tours for Scout troops of all levels are also available. Scouts are invited to take a trip to GRAM for an enriching, unique experience, while earning Scout badge requirements. Discover the Museum’s collection of paintings, sculptures, and more during interactive, hands-on programming specifically designed for your needs. Programs are available year-round to fit any schedule.
HOW TO BOOK
Address: 101 Monroe Center Street NW Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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