American Indian Art
By looking at the materials, forms and visual language in American Indian art, students will gain insight into the daily life, culture and customs of North American Native peoples in the Woodlands, Plains, Southwest, Northwest Coast and Arctic regions.
The diversity among Native American cultures, due in large part to geographic region, will be explored. Art by contemporary American Indian artists, whose work references tradition, will reinforce the point that these are living cultures.
Appropriate for grades: 2nd-12th
Maximum students: 75
School tours are FREE, one hour and 15 minutes in length and are available for grades 2-12.
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Rozzelle Court Restaurant offers $7.50 box lunches for school groups. Orders must be placed in advance. E-mail email@example.com.
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School groups may bring sack lunches and picnic on the grounds of the Kansas City Sculpture Park. Teachers are responsible for making alternate arrangements in inclement weather. There are limited facilities for students who are scheduled for an All-Day Visit to eat sack lunches inside the Museum. Request to eat indoors must be made at the time of registration and are on a first-come, first-served basis.
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