From January 13 – February 17th, the Greenville Arts Council will be exhibiting work by three different Greenville natives in the Rodger D. Malkin Gallery. What does this mean for you? Field trip opportunities galore! This exhibit showcases three female painters from the Delta; Katie Virden Byrd, Elizabeth Barenis and Shelby Hall Nunnery. This Gallery Guide was designed to help you and your students not only prepare for your upcoming field trip to see the Daughters of the Delta Exhibition, but to extend this arts experience throughout your curriculum. We have taken special care to point out connections to specific competencies with the lesson outlined in this packet. We can make custom field trips for your class or school, Monday – Friday while the exhibit is hanging.
Interested in having your students participate in an art lesson while they’re here? We can coordinate that for FREE for our partnership schools or for $5 per student for any schools in the area interested in attending!
Want to know how it will fit your classroom? We will have a Daughters of the Delta Gallery Guide that shows provides example lessons to make direct connections to the Mississippi Frameworks for teaching. Interested in scheduling a field trip for your class? Contact Megan Hines at the Greenville Arts Council by email or at 662-332-2246.