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School and Summer Camp Group Fees
Group Size and Chaperones
School, homeschool and camp groups must have an adult chaperone in the virtual session at all times. We recommend having a second teacher/chaperone in the classroom for the Matthew’s Dream tour, or for any art activity that is booked.
Post-Tour Option: Add-on a guided post tour art activity for $3 per student.
After the presentation, a Museum Educator will guide students to create an original work of art inspired by what they have seen and discussed. (Price includes the Ogden Art Box, containing all materials needed for project, only available for in-person classrooms)
Exploring Southern Art (grades 2-12): This tour highlights our favorites from Ogden’s Permanent Collection. Students will look closely at the work of Southern artists such as:
Students will explore concepts such as:
Southern Art and Social Justice (grades 3-12): Many artists respond to the events in the world and this tour will highlight the relationship between art and social justice. Numerous artworks in Ogden’s collection serve as a starting point to discuss social justice issues, such as:
Matthew’s Dream: A Museum Introduction (grades Pre-K -2): We bring the Museum to our first-time/youngest visitors! Framed around the book Matthew’s Dream by Leo Lionni, students will follow Matthew on his first visit to an art museum, connecting images from the Ogden Museum to the types of art Matthew sees on his visit (portrait, landscape, abstract and still-life). Students will participate in hands-on activities in the classroom, inspired by the Ogden artworks and guided by the museum educator, using paper, color markers and dramatic play.
For any general questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include the grade level, number of students, best days/times for the tour and your school or camp’s virtual meeting platform (i.e. zoom, google).
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