10/24: Denver Art Museum

**THIS FIELD TRIP IS CURRENTLY FULL**

What: Denver Art Museum Field Trip – Art Museum Classes for PreK – 6th grade
Where: Denver Art Museum, 100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204

(Enter through the School Entrance, which is the silver tube doorway on the northwest corner of the museum’s North Building on 14th Avenue)

When:  Tuesday, October 24th at 9:15am

Age Recommendations: Preschool – 6th grade
Cost:
 Kids are free – parents will be $5each
Deadline: Payments due via paypal September 24th.
Getting There: We will all drive ourselves, park in the garage or at the parking meters on the street, and meet at the group entrance.
Details: 
There will be three concurrent classes for pre-K through 6th grade. Please indicate how many students you’d like to sign up for each class and which group you’d like to be a parent chaperone for. Group orientation will be at 9:15 and the classes will begin at 9:45 (each class lasts about an hour). After the classes, we can all tour the museum at our leisure. See the museum before the North Building closes for renovations in November! http://denverartmuseum.org/
CREATIVE EXPLORERS
Early childhood (ages 3-5)
Explore the museum’s culturally diverse collection and discover the imaginative ways artists use materials. Storytelling, artmaking, movement, and tactile activities inspire students to experience art in a new way.
 
IMAGINATION GAMES & SKILLS
Grades K–2
The DAM’s global art collection provides a visually stimulating environment with the power to spark creative thinking and hone observation skills. Participatory games, collaborative activities, and prompts for inquiry lead students through a fun exploration of color, material, imagination, and story to see art in a new way.
 
PERCEPTION GAMES & SKILLS
Grades 3-6
Students investigate art across cultures and time, forming their own opinions through examination and collaboration. Transformative gallery conversations reveal that no two people see precisely the same thing.
 
Testing visual memory, drawing comparisons, identifying differences, and evaluating art provide many different ways to engage with art, have fun, and support student development.

**THIS FIELD TRIP IS CURRENTLY FULL**

 

 

Questions: Text Amy Bailey (303) 214-8341 or email amyrbailey@gmail.com with “That DAM Field Trip” in the subject line.
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