SAM Comes to You: Classroom-Based School Programs
Led by SAM teaching artists, Art Goes to School engages students in interdisciplinary conversations about art and culture. The workshops are designed as pre-museum visit experiences, post-museum visit experiences or as stand-alone creative experiences in your classroom. Book 3 visits on one day and get 1 free visit the same day! Please note that additional travel fees may apply to schools outside of King County.
Want to create an even deeper learning experience with SAM? Our multi-session programs can be combined with programs at the museum, professional development for teachers and customized, in-person curriculum and project coaching. To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring SAM to your school!†This hour-long experience brings a professional teaching artist to your classroom to lead your students in a creative exploration of the elements of art.†Each lesson is tailored to the individual classroom's needs and includes inquiry-based discussion looking at works from SAMís collection, a creative making activity, group sharing and personal reflection designed to enhance student learning and build critical thinking skills.†
This hands-on workshop explores the arts of Asia across cultures, countries and time periods. From contemporary Korean art to ancient Indian sculpture, explore magnificent works of art from SAM’s global collection through looking exercises, discussion, art making and written reflection. Facilitated by a professional teaching artist, these workshops can be adapted to fit any classroom curriculum.
February 20 –June 14, 2013
Infused with literary connections and Old Master brushstrokes, the Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Gainsborough: The Treasures of Kenwood House, London Art Goes to School lesson will enable students to take a closer look at this amazing neo-classical collection that includes stimulating discussion and writing that will culminate in a hands on art making activity.
Free to TRC borrowers