Happy Thanksgiving! 

Cincinnati Art Museum is closed for Thanksgiving and will reopen tomorrow, Friday November 24 at 11 a.m. See a full list of programs and events for the holiday weekend right here

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Imagine bringing the Cincinnati Art Museum into your classroom. Virtual Field Trips allow classes to interact with professional staff at the Art Museum via videoconference technology, examining works of art in the museum’s permanent collection and thereby enriching students’ study of social studies, language arts, science, math, and the visual arts. Virtual Field Trips are designed for grades K-12, and align with federal academic standards. All Virtual Field Trips can be modified for adult groups as well.

Virtual Field Trips Information

Virtual Field Trips are $100 per program, which includes a test connection, pre- and post-visit materials, and a teacher consultation. Programs must be scheduled at least one month in advance and can be adapted to fit special needs or audiences.

For more information or to schedule a video conference, call (513) 639-2974 or email [email protected]

The Cincinnati Art Museum can connect via IP protocol using an Internet IP connection. We recommend a 384Kbps connection speed. Test calls with the museum are required and should be scheduled at least two weeks prior to the program date.

 

Animals in Art

Tailored for young audiences, this program lets students identify and learn about animals using images from the Art Museum’s permanent collection and hands-on activities.

Grades: K–2

Curriculum Connections: Science and Visual Arts

  

Discover American Indian Art

Explore a variety of American Indian art in the Art Museum’s permanent collection. Be ready group participation as hands-on activities are included.

Grades: 1–5

Curriculum Connections: Visual Arts and United States History

 

Putting Art on the Map!

Explore the globe through the Art Museum’s permanent collection. Students discuss countries and cultures by navigating images of works of art and maps.

Grades: 4–8

Curriculum Connections: Visual Arts, Geography, and Social Studies

Museum 101: Teaching with Objects in the Classroom

Learn the object-based teaching method utilized by museums as a Cincinnati Art Museum educator presents different teaching strategies for the classroom. This tour explains how to find appropriate objects as well as how to incorporate these objects into existing curricula.

 

Teacher Introduction: Cincinnati Art Museum Programs at a Glance

Join CAM staff as you learn about our many different Virtual Field Trip offerings. Discuss our program offerings and the best fits for your classroom.

For questions regarding school outreach, contact:

Assistant Director of School-Based Learning

(513) 639.2974 (phone) | (877) 472.4CAM (toll free)

[email protected]  (email)