For any questions regarding existing or new school onsite or online groupbookings, email email@example.com
Summer School Programs
During the summer (July 6-August 14) The Newark Museum of Art will offer the following summer school sessions on Wednesday-Friday at 10am and 11am. Each session will last 40-45 minutes maximum and will cost $50 per session. All sessions can be adjusted to age/grade. For information or to register for any of these sessions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fantastic Fossils: Virtual Field Trip where students learn what fossils are and how they are formed. Students will be engaged through virtual interactions with trivia questions, polls, and virtual specimens. A hands-on component of creating a fossil imprint with things from the kitchen concludes the experience.
Planetarium: Virtual Field Trip where students will learn about the night sky. They will learn how to navigate the sky through stars and constellations. Students will be asked trivia questions, polls, and have many opportunities for asking questions with the Museum's Astronomer.
Artsmart: Virtual Field Trip where students will discover color, shapes, lines and textures through observation, conversation, and hands on activities. Artsmart connects the museum works to their lives at home and in school by comparing the art to their world around them.
My Community: Virtual Field Trip where students learn how to understand what a community is through artworks of The Newark Museum of Art. Students will learn about people who make our community, buildings and transportation, and compare their surroundings with the subjects in the artwork. A hands-on component will connect their learning to the theme.
Major support for the Museum's education services is provided by:
City of Newark • New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State • New Jersey Cultural Trust • Victoria Foundation • Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation • Prudential Foundation • Bank of America • PSN Family Charitable Trust • PSEG Foundation • Horizon Foundation for New Jersey • F.M. Kirby Foundation, Inc. • Turrell Fund • The Laura J. Niles Foundation, Inc. • The New York Comunity Trust—Wattles Family Charitable Trust Fund • Cognizant • TD Charitable Foundation • AT&T Foundation • The Nicholson Foundation • Estate of Gloria Vannote • The Charles E. and Edna T. Brundage Charitable Foundation • The Eleanor Upton Charitable Foundation • The Provident Bank Foundation• The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation • Hawthorne Charitable Foundation • United Airlines
To discuss opportunities on how to become a sponsor of The Newark Museum of Art's education and public programs, contact the Development Department at 973.596.6579.