Field Trips

  • Field Trips expose students at the Conservatory for the Arts to new experiences that deepen their learning of the Arts, the Arts in connections with other subjects and the environement. They provide opportunities for students to encounter and explore in an authentic Arts settings, increasing interest, knowledge and engagement. 

     

    VIEW our Field Trip Photo Gallery

     

        DFAC                        JM 3

                   2nd Grade at the Dunedin Fine Art Center                                  3rd Grade at The James Museum Wildlife and Western Art

     

    Museum 1   Plein Air  

                                               5th Grade a Tampa Museum of Art                                 Plein Air Drawing on the Tampa River Walk          

     

      Farm

                1st Grade at The Farm

     

    Students at the Conservatory for the Arts have experienced visiting Artists in Residence at Sandy Lane as well as toured Museums and Performing Arts venues. Each Field trip is an extension and enhancement of learning that occurs in the classroom. Outcomes for Field Trips can be cognitive and personally meaningful.

     

    We are honored to be recipients of donations provided by the Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival. All of our students have the opportunity for go to the Festival to view the Sand Sculptures.

     

    The Following is a list of the 2019-2020 Field Trip Experiences.  Please see Calendar for specific dates and information.  

    Kindergarten

    • Old McMicky's Farm (February 2020)
    • Carrots at the Central Park Performing Arts Center (May 2020) 
    • Dunedin Fine Art Center (April 2020)
    • Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival (April, 2020)
    • Clearwater Marine Aquarium (May 2020)
    • Song Writing with Roger Day (Visiting Artist from Ruth Eckerd Hall)

    First Grade

    • North Greenwood Library (February 2020)
    • Old McMicky's Farm (March 2020)
    • Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival (April 2020)
    • Dunedin Fine Art Center (May 2020)
    • Song Writing with Roger Day (Visiting Artist from Ruth Eckerd Hall)

    Second Grade

    • Diamond Del (In-House Field Trip ~ September 2019)
    • Dunedin Fine Art Center (October 2019)
    • Rapunzel at Mahaffey Theatre (April 2020)
    • Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival (April 2020)
    • Song Writing with Roger Day (Visiting Artist from Ruth Eckerd Hall)

    Third Grade

    • Steinbrenner Holiday Concert at Ruth Eckerd Hall (December 2019)
    • James Museum of Western Art and Wildlife (January 2020)
    • North Greenwood Library (February 2020)
    • Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival (April 2020)
    • Song Writing with Roger Day (Visiting Artist from Ruth Eckerd Hall)

    Fourth Grade

    • North Greenwood Library (February 2020)
    • Clearwater Jazz Education Outreach (Feburary 2020 ~ In-House Hostory of Jazz with Frank Williams)
    • Sweet Chariot at Mahaffey Theatre (February 2020)
    • Tampa Museum of Art (February 2020)
    • Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival (April 2020)
    • Song Writing with Roger Day (Visiting Artist from Ruth Eckerd Hall)

    Fifth Grade

    • Florida Orchestra Youth Concert at Ruth Eckerd Hall (October 2019)
    • Clearwater Jazz Education Outreach (Feburary 2020 ~ In-House Hostory of Jazz with Frank Williams)
    • Tampa Museum of Art (March 2020)
    • Enterprise Village (March 2020)
    • Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival (April 2020)
    • The Florida Holocaust Museum (May 2020)
    • Petersburg College, Tarpon Spring Campus sponsored by The Junior League
    • Song Writing with Roger Day (Visiting Artist from Ruth Eckerd Hall)

     

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    Transportation for DAP Programs