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Immediately impressed with your professionalism, the day was a treat from the start. Weaving together my requests, you crafted an ideal tour. I especially appreciated the knowledgeable staff and exceptional student to teacher ratio. I look forward to another Frick frolic in the future! It was informative, well organized and hands-on. This was flawlessly organized.

  • Megan Maley, Grove City Christian Academy

Many of our workshops and tours can be mixed and matched to create a unique, full- day, active-learning experience. Call our Education Assistant to custom-design your own all-site field trip today! 412-205-2022.

Tableaux Vivants: Art Comes to Life In this workshop students interpret art through visual analysis and collaboration, creating three-part living pictures “acted out” and videotaped on our auditorium stage. This workshop is perfect for a hands-on look at composition, history or narrative interpretation. Theater-based project.

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Group size 10 – 35 students Fee $6.00 per student Hours 4 hours, starting between 9:30 and 11:00 (bring a brown bag lunch)

Medieval Gold: Symbols and Signs In medieval times, when few people could read, paintings communicated by means of symbols. Students in this workshop learn to “read” visual symbols, discover life in the Middle Ages and explore symbolism in their own lives. Hands-on project.

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Group size 10 – 35 students Fee $6.00 per student Hours 4 hours, starting between 9:30 and 11:00 (bring a brown bag lunch)

Studio Response: Printmaking & Mixed Media Making art is the goal – keen observation, critical thinking and studio techniques are the means as we explore the galleries and grounds for inspiration. Examination of our collection from various viewpoints allows students to create imaginative works of art rooted in what they’ve seen.

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Group size 10 – 35 students Fee $7.00 per student Hours 4 hours, starting between 9:30 and 11:00 (bring a brown bag lunch)

Joie de Vivre: Art and Revolution in 18th-Century France This program is a perfect complement to AP History, World History units and French classes. After studying original 18th- century French paintings, drawings, furniture, and interior design, students explore the dynamics of peasant and court life, which vividly demonstrate the socio-economic factors leading to the French Revolution. Teachers may choose from a tour or more extensive theater-based workshop where students “reenact” the French Revolution on our stage!

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Group size 10 – 35 students Fee $5.00 per student for tour; $7.00 per student for workshop Hours 2 hours (tour) or 4 hours (workshop), starting between 9:30 and 11:00 (bring a brown bag lunch for workshop)

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