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P-12 Art Educators Biennial
The next P-12 Art Educators Biennial will take place at Kennesaw State University from July 23 to August 23, 2024. Information about the juried exhibition will be released in February, 2024. Please check back for updates at that time.
Youth Art Galleries
Kennesaw State University’s Bagwell College of Education, School of Art and Design and Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art established two high-profile Youth Art Galleries on the University campus in October 2016. The galleries are located in Kennesaw Hall and the Chantal and Tommy Bagwell Education Building. Each location has 30 ready-made frames and serves as an inspiration for KSU students, faculty, staff, and visitors alike. The exhibitions rotate three times a year. Any Georgia art educator is eligible to display student art in the Youth Art Galleries. Inclusion is competitive and will be determined by the KSU stakeholders.
September 15th for consideration of November – February displays
January 15th for consideration of March – June displays
May 15th for consideration of July – October displays
How to apply:
To learn more about the galleries, click to download the prospectus.
Once you have reviewed the information in the prospectus and are ready to apply, please use the online form to submit your application. If you have further questions, please contact Elizabeth Thomas.APPLY NOW! EMAIL
Tours and Field Trips
With a permanent collection spanning several centuries and regularly rotating exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, we hope the Zuckerman Museum of Art will be the choice for your next field trip. The Zuckerman Museum of Art offers free admission and is the perfect destination for a low cost field trip for students of all ages.
In-person, docent-led tours and virtual tours through Zoom are available. Our highly trained staff will provide your group with a dynamic learning experience. While we recommend about one hour for a basic tour, we will happily work with you to meet your specific needs. We can also pre-arrange an interactive element at your request (please be prepared to allow for a longer visit.)
Self-guided visits or docent-led tours may be paired with creative, interactive workshops for any grade level to enhance learning in the classroom. Combine your trip to the ZMA with a tour of Kennesaw State’s gorgeous campus and stop for a meal at our award-winning campus eatery, The Commons.
High school students may take advantage of a variety of extended tours. All 4 academic units of the College of the Arts offer prospective high school groups the opportunity to walk through their classrooms, studios, theaters, practice rooms, galleries, and other learning spaces to better envision what a college experience in the Arts at KSU would be like.
Art + 1 Tours offer high school student groups an extended experience of academic areas outside of the College of the Arts. For art students looking to apply their skills in new ways, they may be interested in adding a tour of one of the following programs: Spatial Mapping in the Department of Geography and Anthropology, Sustainable Design with the KSU Sustainability Program or Department of Software Engineering and Game Design and Development in the College of Computing on the Marietta Campus. More Art + 1 Tours are in the planning stages, so please stay tuned for even more!
Reservations are required for all docent-led tours or self-guided parties of 10 or more.BOOK A TOUR!
The Zuckerman Museum of Art is committed to supporting P-12 teachers as they work to deliver curriculum and create learning experiences for their students. Our role is to share as many resources as we can to further enable student development and growth. The arts are fundamental to human experience and culture. We strive to be a reliable source of content for educators. We seek to support teachers and students as they learn through the visual arts.
We provide lesson plans created by museum educators, KSU faculty, KSU preservice student educators, and professional P-12 educators.DOWNLOAD
If you have created a lesson around any ZMA collection object(s) or temporary exhibition, feel free to submit your lesson to share! We would be glad to publish any ZMA-related lessons or activities that educators in our community have found useful with their classes. For questions and to share ideas, please email Elizabeth Thomas.EMAIL
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