Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA)
03/12/21 4:00 PM HST
Opportunity for Hawaii elementary public and charter schools in eligible areas to participate in an arts-themed field trip and learning experience. This program consists of professional development for teachers, a visit to an art museum, and a classroom visit by an artist. Eligible applicants are located in Oahu. The goal of the program is to actively engage students and teachers through activities connected to current arts standards and ELA Common Core Standards.
The Art Bento Program uses the Hawai’i State Museum (HiSAM) as an active learning laboratory for students in grades 2-6 Oʻahu public and public charter schools. The program theme is “Responding to Art.” Works of art on display in the museum galleries are used as a catalyst for inquiry-based student learning in literacy, visual and performing arts.
A Unique 4-Part Museum Learning Experience:
The Art Bento Concept is compact, cohesive, and modular. Each segment complements the last and scaffolds to the next. Inquiry-based activities connect to current Fine Arts and ELA Common Core Standards.
Art Bento Objectives:
GrantWatch ID#: 153600
There is no cost to schools to participate in the program. In addition, the program also provides funds for bus transportation to the museum.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to:
Hawaiʻi Arts Alliance
PO Box 3948
Honolulu HI 96812-3948
FAX: (808) 526-9040
Telephone: (808) 533-2787
For additional information:
Susan Hogan, Museum Educator
USA: Hawaii: Oahu
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