CLASS GROUP TOURS
The Lincoln Financial Foundation provides good assistance for Museum visits for all fourth level students from Nashua general public schools and all sorts of 5th level pupils from Manchester community schools.
This system is sustained by the financial institution of brand new Hampshire.
COOKING STUDENTS WITH REGARDS TO THEIR MUSEUM SEE
Introduce your students on museum before their see! Model a conversation about artwork and review museum guidelines.
IN-SCHOOL EXPERT DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS
The Online Curriculum for Educators was developed with instructors, for educators! The curriculum focuses on artistic literacy, critical thinking, and cross-curricular connections based on the four motifs of Portraiture, Landscape, New Hampshire Artists and New Hampshire Artists’ Colonies.
Connected to both brand new Hampshire and nationwide educational criteria, the curriculum is made to offer educators with back ground information, vocabulary, concepts and classroom task recommendations also a framework where to create lessons about different New Hampshire music artists, creative movements and themes. Instructors of all topics will find imaginative approaches to integrate the Currier Museum of Art’s collection in class room, therefore the content is designed to shape an entire device for pupils.
Purchase a Museum account, (for as little as $45 annually), so that as an educator you certainly will get additional educator benefits. Educator members obtain an invitation to your yearly night for Educators and discounts on chosen academic choices. Please call the Membership division at 603.669.6144, x194 or x152 to join.
CURRIER MUSEUM ART CENTER
The Currier Museum Art Center offers multiple studio classes, workshops, also possibilities. Pro development hours tend to be granted to educators which register for these classes. Please look at Art Center pamphlet for an entire range of future programs.
ART REFERENCE LIBRARY
The Art Reference Library is a non-circulating assortment of 15, 000 amounts. The collection includes books, periodicals, auction catalogs, and straight data on art and art history subjects to get the permanent collection and museum programs. Kindly contact the librarian to set up a consultation.
The Currier provides a number of sources and programs that will enrich homeschool discovering. All theme-based college programs is planned for groups of homeschool pupils and tailored to their particular needs. Household programs, Art Center programs, together with on the web Curriculum can also be found for specific students. Homeschool teachers in addition attend instructor workshops, and specific workshops could be made to meet with the certain requirements of homeschool neighborhood. Kindly call 603.669.6144, x113 or e-mail Megan McIntyre with questions and for more details.