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Kindergarten school programs at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Kindergarten School Programs at the Museum

Artists & Authors

Fall/Winter

SESSION 1-3 IN THE SCHOOL CLASSROOM (45 MINUTES)
SESSION 4 AT THE MUSEUM  (45 MINUTES)

This program help students gain an understanding of the similarities between visual artists and authors.  In the first sessions, students participate in basic drawing lessons.  These lessons are intended to provide students with the necessary tools for completing an illustration to accompany a story.  At the museum, students complete a treasure hunt in the galleries looking for “narrative” paintings, create an illustration for a painting title, and write a short story response to a painting or sculpture.


Young Illustrators

AT THE MUSEUM  (60 MINUTES)

This program helps students gain an understanding of the similarities between visual artists and authors.  Students participate in basic drawing lessons.  These lessons are intended to provide students with the necessary tools for completing an illustration to accompany a story.  Students complete a treasure hunt in the galleries looking for “narrative” paintings, create an illustration for a painting title, and write a short story response to a painting or sculpture.


For more information, please contact:

Lisa Simmons
Assistant Curator of Youth and Adult Education
(307) 732-5435

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