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ArtPrize Field Trips

Cultivate is proud to offer ArtPrize field trips designed to support students from Grand Rapids Public Schools, Wyoming Schools, Kentwood Schools, and schools across Michigan with the vibrant world of contemporary art.


These trips provide a unique opportunity for students to engage directly with ArtPrize exhibits, fostering creativity, critical thinking, and a deeper appreciation for artistic expression. Each field trip is thoughtfully curated to offer interactive learning experiences, including guided tours that highlight notable artworks and interactive workshops where students can explore their own creativity. With a focus on making art education accessible to all, Cultivate’s ArtPrize field trips aim to inspire the next generation of artists and art enthusiasts, enriching the educational journey of every participant.

This work is made possible by Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University, the Michigan Arts and Culture Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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What we offer for ArtPrize Education

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ArtPrize Field Trips

Discover an enchanting 90-minute ArtPrize field trip tailored for grades 1 to 5. Led by experienced art educators, the journey includes a guided tour of vibrant artworks, sparking discussions about colors and shapes. Students engage in hands-on art activities, leaving with unforgettable memories and a newfound appreciation for contemporary art. what they've seen. This field trip promises to leave our young artists with unforgettable memories and a newfound appreciation for the world of art!

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Middle schoolers in grades 6 to 8 can embark on an exciting 90-minute "ArtQuest" during this ArtPrize field trip. Guided by experienced art educators, students will participate in an interactive scavenger hunt to uncover intriguing exhibits and installations, followed by stimulating discussions about the artists' intentions and symbolism. The journey concludes with a creative workshop, encouraging students to explore their own artistic expression and critical thinking.

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Art Workshops

High school students in grades 9 to 12 can delve into a thought-provoking 90-minute "Art Unplugged" field trip at ArtPrize. Led by experienced art educators and local artists, students will engage in guided discussions and reflections, exploring contemporary artworks that challenge conventions and evoke emotions. Through independent exploration, they can choose exhibits that resonate with them, leading to dialogue and understanding, followed by an expressive art workshop to channel their emotions and experiences into their own creations.

Learn More and Get Ready for ArtPrize Field Trips

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Cultivate is excited to announce that details and registration information for our 2024 ArtPrize field trips will be released in mid-spring.


We are dedicated to providing an enriching and inspiring experience for students and educators alike! Until then, we invite you to explore last year's field trip information to get a sense of what's in store.


For those eager to be the first to know about this year's offerings, we encourage you to sign up for our 2024 field trip interest form.


Stay tuned for updates!

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