Join the NCMA live from the galleries and direct to your classroom. All programs are interactive and interdisciplinary.
Choose from one of the four standards-based programs below to talk with a Museum educator live from the galleries. Program price includes a package of resources with optional pre- and post-visit activities and a live virtual experience in the galleries with an NCMA educator.
Ancient Mosaics and Early Math (grades K-2, 30-min program)
Students explore K-2 math standards in geometry while practicing observation, collaboration, and creative thinking by discussing NCMA’s Roman Mosaic and create their own collaborative mosaic.
COMING JANUARY 2019– Art Scientists (grades 3-5, 30-min program)
Students practice scientific inquiry while engaging with works of art in the collection.
If you are interested in reviewing plans and beta-testing this program, please e-mail email@example.com.
Gaining STEAM from Ancient Egyptian Artifacts (grades 6-8, 45-min program)
Through the Museum’s collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts, students explore the big question: Why do humans make? Students investigate two ancient amulets using visual analysis and 3-D printing technology and discuss how materials and technology affect culture and artistic expression.
Perspectives: Understanding African-American Experiences through Art (grades 9-12, 45-min program)
How do artists represent African-American history and experiences? Students investigate two paintings depicting differing narratives of enslaved Africans in the pre-Civil War era and work collaboratively to make meaning from the paintings, examining a work of poetry in tandem to deepen their exploration.
Interested in another topic of have questions?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your curriculum needs.
How do you schedule a virtual field trip?
Programs must be requested 2 weeks prior to the lesson date.
If you or your organization are CILC members, request a program here: CILC
Not a CILC member? Fill out this form to request a field trip.
North Carolina public schools whose ratio of low-income students has been determined by the state Department of Public Instruction as 60% or higher qualify for a scholarship to cover the cost of the program.