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“The exhibits related to core content very well.  The field trip was very educational and engaging.  We wouldn’t change a thing!”

Discovery Field Trips:

Join us at the Living Arts & Science Center for immersive experiences in the arts and sciences!  Field trips to the LASC are designed for each group’s interests and are composed of one or more selected 45-minute components as listed below.  Specially designed full-day options at the LASC are also available.

Component 1: The Science Discovery Exhibit (Suitable for all grades)
How Things Work:Engineering + Innovation
Full description of the Discovery Exhibit
Science: Forces & Interactions: Pushes & Pulls (PS2-1, PS2-2, PS2.A, PS2.B, PS2.C, ETS1.A)
Engineering Design: (ETS1-1, ETS1-2, ETS1-3, ETS1.A, ETS1.B, ETS1.C)
Energy: (PS3-1, PS3-2, PS3-3, PS3.A, PS3.B, PS3.C, ETS1.A)
Social Studies: Historical Perspective (2.20)

Component 2: The Explorer’s Classroom
A companion program for the How Things Work Discovery exhibit.
Explore the world of civil engineering as you build bridges and balance bots! Learn about famous engineer and cartoonist Rube Goldberg by building contraptions and thaumatropes (activities determined by age).

Component 3: The Planetarium
Observe the beauty and science of the night sky in our new digital planetarium!  Select from one of ten new dome shows that explore changes in the night sky, stars, planets, ice worlds, constellations, mythology, moon phases, and more. See a full listing of planetarium shows and show trailers.

Component 4: The Art Discovery Exhibit
See the various available art exhibits.
Field trips experience the dynamic work of local and regional artists, and the fascinating connections between art, science, history and culture.  Each group is guided through the exhibit and into participatory elements.

Component 5: The Art Studio
A companion program for the Art Discovery Exhibit
CREATE ART!  Students will create their own artwork related to the current art exhibition as artists lead them through the elements of art and principles of design, as well as connections between art, science, history and culture.

Discovery Field Trip Details:

LASC field trips are typically structured as “Doubles,” “Triples,” and “Quads” and can focus on your choice of art, science or both! Specially designed full-day options at the LASC are also available.

“Double” Art or Science Discovery Field Trip
(2 selected 45 minute components)
$4.00 per student and adult; teachers are free.
(Less than 12 people: $60.00 flat fee.)

“Triple” Art and/or Science Discovery Field Trip
(3 selected 40 minute components)
$5.00 per student and adult; teachers are free.
(Less than 12 people: $70.00 flat fee.)

“Quadruple” Art AND Science Discovery Field Trip
(2 selected 30 minute science  and two 30 minute art components)
$6.00 per student and adult; teachers are free. Includes art project to take home!
(This option is great for large groups!  Less than 12 people: $90.00 flat fee.)

 

For more information and to schedule field trips, contact Katherine Bullock by email or by calling (859) 252-5222.

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