Voices in Art

Voices in Art

Art in the Atrium Tour: Student Created Artworks
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Groups of 10 or more

$ 7.00

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Free

The Morris Museum welcomes all students and invites schools to book school group experiences and tours.

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Groups pay a per person rate. A standard K-12 tour group consists of 10 or more students. To book a school group tour, please fill out the form by clicking the button to the left. Now let us see what happens.

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Art in the Atrium Tour: Student Created Artworks
Available: May 25 – September 20

Your art, your voice! Learn how you can hear unique voices and understand different perspectives through experiencing art from a variety of people and places. After a tour of the exhibit For the Culture, By the Culture: 30 Years of Black Art, Activism, and Achievement, students will create their own pieces inspired by the masterful artworks. Students will find their unique voices and share them proudly through the implementation of various fine art techniques on display in the exhibition. Projects can be adapted to meet appropriate techniques for grades K-8.

Artwork Caption: Richard Haynes Harmony, 2001, Caran D’ache Oil Wax Crayon on 30lb watercolor paper, 22”x21”, Courtesy of the artist.
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