With our School Artreach program our educators bring the art museum experience to you. The lessons include inquiry-based looking strategies, critical thinking, and creativity. Each lesson involves an art-making project.
Artreach Programs include:
This lesson will deepen your students’ understanding of Arizona cultural history and the Arizona economy using the 5 C’s of Arizona. Docent educators will discuss how art reflects and documents Arizona culture, as well as how it relates to their lives and the present. A hands-on project is available. A pre-visit guide is available upon request.
Using images from the UAMA, students will see that pictures can tell rich and compelling stories. Students will apply visual literacy and critical thinking by analyzing works of art. Students will write short poems and create a hands-on project. Projects are adjustable for each grade level.
Students will learn how pigments were made by early artists and how artists had to understand basic scientific concepts, such as the pH scale. Students will create paint from natural materials. There is a fee of $2.00 per student for this lesson. This lesson must be scheduled four weeks in advance.
This outreach lesson is a fun literacy-based art lesson that includes story time, movement, art investigation and a hands-on project. This program is supported through a grant from the Marshall Foundation.
To schedule a program, fill out the form below. Our docents are able to visit multiple classes in one day- if you’re interested in this, please indicate so in the comment section. You will be contacted by Museum staff to finalize the scheduling.
University of Arizona Museum of Art & Archive of Visual Arts
1031 North Olive Road
Tucson, AZ 85721-0002