|Why schedule a visit with us?
·Expose youth to original, famous art works created by Frederic Remington
·Get students thinking about periods of U.S. history and how they relate to artifacts here and to Remington’s artwork
·Begin the process of learning to interpret themes and story lines in art works
·Introduce art vocabulary terms such as 2D and 3D, texture, sculpture, color theory, and mediums
·Create a lifelong appreciation of Museums in our area and throughout the world!
Scheduling a tour for your students at the Frederic Remington Art Museum is easy. We offer differentiated instruction for all age levels and accommodate for special needs and learning styles. Your visit can be tailored to meet your groups specific needs. We have a variety of tools to aid in the understanding of art processes used to cast bronze pieces and also can explain in detail art movements and art periods using original Remington paintings as examples. Also, Remington captured the spirit of westward expansion in many of his art works. Many of the pieces we have correlate specifically to exact moments in United States history. We can also provide scavenger hunts that will aid in understanding the rich history of the Parish Mansion (the home that houses our collection) and the galleries where we house our original Remington pieces. Also, schedule time for them to visit the Eva Caten Remington Education Center, our children’s museum, where they can enjoy interactive exhibits. Read further to find out how to book your tour, what our rules and regulations are, and how we can help you to create a meaningful and rich experience for your students.
Contact the museum at (315) 393-2425 for more information
*Please let us know before hand is your group is interested in visiting the Museum Shop as we require supervision in this case. We only admit 7 students in the shop at a time to accommodate its size.
$3.00 per student
Depending on the size of the group, students would arrive either as a large group at the main Museum or in smaller groups between the main Museum and the Eva Caten Remington Education Center. When students are at the main Museum, they will receive a seated introduction while we explain our rules and guidelines, and then commence on a guided tour of our galleries and displays. When they arrive at the Eva Caten Remington Education Center, they will also receive an introduction, afterward having access to the play areas. Museum staff will be on hand, and we also require that there is one chaperone on hand for every 5 students.
*As always, there is no charge to Ogdensburg City Schools.
|Click on the PDF icon to open up our rules and guidelines form. We appreciate it if this list is gone over with your group before your arrival.|
If you're unable to come to the Museum for a field trip, contact us and we'll come to you! Schedule a Distance Learning session today and we can provide your group with a virtual field trip. If you don't have these capabilities and you're within driving distance, call us and we'll drive to your school through our Outreach Program.