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Grade K - 3

Animal Safari

Please note: Animal Safari is offered as a half day program only.

Take your students on an animal safari around the world! Explore our many galleries and see clay animal figures from the jungle, forest, sky, and sea. Students will also learn the difference between clay, sand, and soil.

  • Links: Visual Arts, Science and Technology
  • Studio project: Animals

Students will take guided tour, followed by a hands-on clay workshop. This program is available as a half day program only.

Program Details

$15*Full-Day Program
$9*Half-Day Program
$7Guided Tour
Free**Unguided Tour

* Optional $3 kiln firing fee. Firing takes 10 to 14 business days. Please add a $5 processing fee per group.

** Registration required, please fill out the form by clicking “Book a Visit” button below.

Book a Visit

1. The Monkey Orchestra
Germany, Meissen, c. 1753–75
Hard-paste porcelain with overglaze enamels, gilding
Modelled by Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706–1775) and Peter Reinicke (1711–1768)
Mark: Crossed swords in underglaze blue
Gift of George and Helen Gardiner, G83.1.675

2. Seated Drummer, Tala-Tonalá style
Mexico, Jalisco
300 B.C. - A.D. 200
Earthenware with white on red slip paint
Gift of George and Helen Gardiner, G83.1.56

3. Shaman’s Head (II), 2006, Gift of the Museum of Inuit Art G16.13.8

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