GreenHill offers learners of all ages the opportunity to experience NC art through Group Visits. Visitors go into the galleries to learn about NC artists’ use of media, techniques, and ideas represented in their art as well as time in the studios, where they will engage in hands-on art-making activities. School Group Visits are designed to meet the developmental needs of students, connect with gallery experiences, and make curriculum connections.
Thinking, talking, and/or writing about art
Learning about galleries, gallery etiquette, and exhibition terminology
Exploring the historical and cultural contexts of NC Art
Learning about NC artists, their art, techniques, and ideas
Making important connections between art and other disciplines
Participating in self-directed or guided studio activities
Exploring a wide range of artmaking media and processes
Experiencing the magic of studio spaces as places for imaginative and playful activity
Visits will include:
A visit to the galleries to learn about NC artists’ use of media and techniques and ideas represented in their art.
Time in the studios engaging in hands-on artmaking activities designed to meet the developmental needs of students, connect with gallery experiences, and curriculum connections are offered upon request. Please contact Art Educator for more information.
Session 1: 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Session 2: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Minimum – 12 children per time slot
Maximum – 60 children per time slot
Children – $6.00
Teachers – FREE (2 per group of 15)
Additional adults – $6.00
Title I Schools – FREE*
*Limited availability - only offered during the school year