|The Georgia Museum of Art hosts a number of educational programs throughout the year.|
This year’s adventure will be “Elements of Art in the Georgia Museum of Art Permanent Collection.” During each 90-minute session, groups will enjoy a gallery tour, games and an art activity to help connect the students to what they have learned.
During the tour of our galleries, interactive stops will explore the elements of art (color, line, shape, frames and form). These stops will teach students about a variety of topics, including how paint is made, two- and three-dimensional works of art and how shapes come together to form a composition.
The tour will feature impressionist, modernist and contemporary works of art from artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Theodore Robinson, Beverly Buchanan, Radcliffe Bailey and more.
After the interactive gallery walk, the group will then create their own art to display in their classroom or community center. For this summer’s adventure, students will have the opportunity to mix their own paint and then use it to combine all of the elements of art they have just learned about. They will discover how their own work of art combines all of the elements of art at once.
Registration is currently open for this activity. Each session can accommodate up to 30 children, with one chaperone for every 10 kids. To schedule your group’s adventure or to learn more about Art Adventures, contact Sage Kincaid at email@example.com or 706.542.0448.