Starting cost per student: $0
Additional Info: FREE virtual program!
Max. Capacity: 200
Transportation Needed? No
Who Arranges Transportation? Other (see description)
Is Financial Assistance Offered? Yes
Activate student interest and let imaginations run wild with The Ringling!
Discover how color is used by artists to convey a mood or feeling in a work of art. Explore three works of art at The Ringling and learn how artists use a color palette to give their artwork a specific feeling. Students will read the poem Since Hanna Moved Away by Judith Viorst and will analyze how the poem uses color as a symbol for emotions. Students will then analyze works of art and craft color palette that reflect the mood of the artwork. Lastly, students will create a color palette and original work of art that captures an emotion.
This tour practices social-emotional learning (SEL), English language arts, and visual arts skills. Students will need paper and colored pencils, markers, or crayons for this virtual tour.
This is a virtual tour, and can be hosted on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meets, or other platform as requested. To request a live virtual tour, please fill out this form.
This virtual tour focuses on mastery of VA.3-5.C.1.2: Reflect on and interpret works of art, using observation skills, prior knowledge, and experience.
Additional standards addressed include:
VA.3.C.1.2, VA.4.C.1.2, VA.5.C.1.2, VA.3.C.3.1, VA.4.C.3.1, VA.5.C.3.1, LAFS.3.RL.1.1, LAFS.4.RL.1.1, LAFS.5.RL.1.1
Social and Emotional Learning Tenants:
Self-awareness, Social awareness