The Museum's Field Trip Grant program is an innovative grant initiative designed to fund a field trip to the Museum for students and teachers in South Florida. The grants are awarded to accredited K-12 public, private or charter schools in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
The Field Trip Grants for this year have been awarded.
EDUCATION MORNINGS Visit the Museum for an unforgettable experience with our Education Mornings!
Grades K-12 are invited to participate in a two hour creative and stimulating experience. One portion is a studio workshop for students to create a work of art based on a selected theme. The other portion involves a docent guided tour investigating the theme in greater detail by looking at original works of art from the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Themes include:
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM Workshops are limited to 50 students per morning. No charge for tour and workshop.
This program begins August 2013 and run through May 2014 Wednesday and Thursday mornings 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM Workshops are limited to 50 participants per morning The Museum offers this program at no charge Space is limited so register and schedule your group early CLICK HERE to view availability
The Boca Museum of Art is committed to forging partnerships with schools interested in developing ways the Museum can become a significant resource for enhancing the curriculum and learning skills of their students by using visual art. Programs within a school and visits to the Museum are designed specifically to address the needs of each school.
This year Hammock Pointe Elementary School's partnership brings students to the Museum for the Education Mornings program. Check out our blog to see what happens during these visits. On January 22, 2014 the Third Grade Team along with the Museum will be hosting a family night at the Museum. Fun for the whole family with hands on activities, scavenger hunts and guided mini tours.
EYE TO I
The Museum offers a program, Eye to I, developed to encourage fourth and fifth grade students to learn Visual Thinking Strategies and improve their critical thinking skills. Through guided inquiry, students learn to analyze and interpret examples of art with narrative qualities.To schedule, contact the Education Programs Coordinator email@example.com or 561.392.2500, ext. 106.
The Museum coordinates outreach programs as a service to those who do not have the opportunity to visit the Museum. For established after-care centers, the Meet a Master, Create a Masterpiece Roadshow assists students (grades 1-5 and 6-12) in learning how to look at art and create their own masterpieces. Currently, the Museum is engaged in partnerships with
Boys & Girls Club of Delray Beach,
Youth Activity Center in Boca Raton,
Get Smart Afterschool in Coconut Creek,
Milagro Center in Delray Beach and
Florence Fuller Child Development Centers in Boca Raton.
Students enrolled in area colleges and universities may apply for internships to fulfill curriculum requirements. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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