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Homeschool Field Trips - NEW!
Experience art up close and hands-on when you visit Crealdé School of Art’s lakeside campus and its art studios. Witness a ball of clay becoming a pottery vessel. Explore our Contemporary sculpture garden and art galleries and then release the artist in you as you create a special piece to take home. Bring a lunch and enjoy a picnic on campus after your guided art adventure. All activities are led by a Crealdé artist and all materials are included. Available for booking the third Monday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Contact Jan Hurt to reserve your art date 321-203-2604. The Field Trip Application Form can be downloaded HERE.
$10 per student, $100 minimum.
Note: Public school field trips to Crealdé are also available.

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Field Trips

"Art Studio" Field Trip Program:

Crealdé Art Adventures: A visit to the Art Studio
A participation-based experience in a visual arts studio on the picturesque Winter Park campus. This program is designed to meet the Sunshine State Standards in the Visual Arts for 2nd and 3rd grades. The campus visit is divided into three excursions beginning with a visit to a working clay studio where the students watch a professional clay artist turn a vessel on the potters' wheel. The second excursion takes students on a guided tour of two visual art galleries (when exhibit is age appropriate) and proceeds through the lush gardens populated with more than 60 sculptures created by Central Florida artists. Students are engaged in an interactive discussion and learn how to look at and appreciate works of art. During the final segment of the Art Adventure a Crealdé artist guides each student in the manipulation of clay and simple tools to create an imaginative sculpture. These small clay treasures are packed up and sent back to school to become precious keepsakes and wonderful examples of self-expression through visual art.

At the conclusion of the Art Adventure the students are welcome to use the covered picnic tables on the garden campus to enjoy a bag lunch or proceed to a nearby park. (No food or drink is available for purchase on campus. Refreshments must be provided by the school).

Contact Jan Hurt to reserve your art date 321-203-2604. The Field Trip Application Form can be downloaded HERE.

Peter Schreyer Presentation to Children

“What Heritage Means to Me” Field Trip Program:

Bring your students grades 4 - 8 to visit Crealdé School of Art’s new Hannibal Square Heritage Center.

  • Field trip offered Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. – noon.
  • Intergenerational--hear about history from the people who actually lived it
  • Heritage-based curriculum personalizes and puts a face to our area’s interesting past
  • Create a real collaborative work of folk art to take back to your classroom
Every community, every family has a history and a heritage. The more diverse and multi-cultural our American society gets, the more important it is for us to know who we are and where we come from, as family, as a community and as a country.

Groups of 25 students will participate in an interactive tour and discussion of the Heritage Collection: Photographs and Oral Histories from West Winter Park, facilitated by a senior citizen docent and resident of the community. This experience will be followed by a visual art work-shop facilitated by a member of Crealdé’s professional teaching staff where students will create a collaborative piece of painted folk art incorporating their personal experience of tradition, history, heritage, faith, culture, family, home, community, and country.  It is our goal that students from anywhere will be inspired to respect, explore, and participate in their own community’s history and heritage.

The Heritage Center is located across from Shady Park, a shaded and safe picnic area including public bathrooms and a spray park play area for children. The program is free; schools only provide transportation.  In addition, a limited amount of funding is available for transportation reimbursement. Contact:  Cyria Underwood, Hannibal Square Heritage Center Manager, 407-539-2680 or cyriaunderwood@yahoo.com

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