K-12 Institutions

Greenwich June 16th, 2016

  • Students working on their own plate portraits, inspired by Julian Schnabel's exhibition at The Brant Foundation
  • Students from the Multicultural Magnet School visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
  • Students create passion projects inspired by Jonathan Horowitz's exhibition at The Brant Foundation.

Programming for Grades K-12

It is our goal to create an environment that encourages students to develop and deepen visual literacy and critical thinking skills through the experience of examining artworks first hand.  Our Programs for K-12 institutions are designed to coincide with each class’s current area of study, offering unique opportunities for teachers and students to use the foundation as a resource. Visits include an interactive tour of the exhibition and on-site workshop, which provide a stimulating environment for students to creatively communicate and process themes in the exhibition and reflect on their own artistic process.   We look forward to creating new educational bonds with your institution and contributing to the expanding dialogue surrounding contemporary art.

For more information on our teacher/student resources contact education@brantfoundation.org.

Visiting K-12 Institutions

Blind Brook High School, Rye Brook, NY
Brien McMahon High School, Norwalk, CT
The Boys and Girls Club, Greenwich, CT
Bronxville High School, Bronxville, NY
Brunswick Academy, Greenwich, CT
Buck's Rock Performing and Creative Arts Camp, New Milford, CT
Camp Ta-Ti-Yo, Greenwich, CT
Central Middle School, Greenwich, CT
Eastern Middle School, Riverside, CT
Ghetto Film School, New York, NY
Girls Circle Summer Camp, Greenwich, CT
Glenville School, Greenwich, CT
Greenwich Academy, Greenwich, CT
Greenwich Girl Scouts, Greenwich, CT
Greenwich High School, Greenwich, CT
Hamilton Avenue School, Greenwich, CT
Harvey Cavalier Summer Camp, Katonah, NY
International School at Dundee, Riverside, CT
Julian Curtis School, Greenwich, CT
Multicultural Magnet School, Bridgeport, CT
New Lebanon School, Greenwich, CT
New Rochelle Boys and Girls Club, New Rochelle, NY
North Mianus School, Greenwich, CT
North Street School, Greenwich, CT
Northern Westchester Boys and Girls Club, NY
Norwalk High School, Norwalk, CT
Old Greenwich School, Greenwich, CT
Parkway School, Greenwich, CT
Port Chester High School, Port Chester, NY
Putnam Indian Field School, Greenwich, CT
Ridgefield High School, Ridgefield, CT
Rye Country Day School, Rye, NY
School of Art and Design, New York, NY
Side by Side Charter School, Norwalk, CT
Stamford Boys and Girls Club, Stamford, CT
Stanwich School, Greenwich, CT
Storm King High School, Cornwall on Hudson, NY
Waterside School, Stamford, CT
Yerwood Center, Stamford, CT

CURRENT EXHIBITION: ANIMAL FARM

Visits to The Brant Foundation include an interactive tour of the current exhibition, followed by a hands-on workshop for students to reflect on their own creative process and draw inspiration from the artworks on view. Animal Farm allows students to investigate the works of multiple artists working in a variety of media and create their own artworks based on the themes and techniques of artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Katherine Bernhardt, Sarah Braman, Lonnie Holley, Kenny Scharf, Josh Smith and many others.

  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • YMCA Camp Visit to The Brant Foundation
  • School of Art and Design Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
  • School of Art and Design Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
  • School of Art and Design Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
  • School of Art and Design Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
  • School of Art and Design Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation

  • Students from Glenville School visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
  • Students from Glenville School visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
  • Students from Glenville School visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
Students from the Multicultural Magnet School visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation Students from the Multicultural Magnet School visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
Eastern Middle School Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation Eastern Middle School Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation
Eastern Middle School Students visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation Students from the Multicultural Magnet School visit Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation

PAST EXHIBITIONS

Each year, The Brant Foundation hosts students in grades K-12 for interactive tours and onsite workshops. Scroll down to view a selection of school groups that have visited The Brant Foundation since its opening in 2009.

  • Greenwich High School student's drawing inspired by Steven Shearer's exhibition at The Brant Foundation
  • Greenwich High School student's drawing inspired by Steven Shearer's exhibition at The Brant Foundation
  • Greenwich High School student's drawing inspired by Steven Shearer's exhibition at The Brant Foundation
  • Blind Brook High School Students visit Steven Shearer's exhibition at The Brant Foundation
  • Blind Brook High School students had the opportunity to make their own drawings and sketches inspired by the work of Steven Shearer.
  • Grades 3-5 visit Jonathan Horowitz's exhibition at The Brant Foundation.
  • Jonathan Horowitz: Occupy Greenwich
  • Passion project created after viewing Jonathan Horowitz's exhibition at The Brant Foundation.
  • Students visit Jonathan Horowitz's exhibition at The Brant Foundation.
  • Students working on projects inspired by Jonathan Horowitz's "402 Dots".
  • Students visit Rob Pruitt's 50th Birthday Bash at The Brant Foundation
  • Student workshop inspired by Rob Pruitt's "Exquisite Self Portraits"
  • Rob Pruitt's 50th Birthday Bash Exhibition
  • Students visit Dan Colen's exhibition at The Brant Foundation.
  • Tour of Dan Colen's exhibition "Help!"
  • Workshop based on Dan Colen's exhibition "Help!"
  • Students working on their own plate portraits, inspired by Julian Schnabel's exhibition at The Brant Foundation
  • Students visit Julian Schnabel's exhibition and create their own plate paintings.
  • Art workshop inspired by Julian Schnabel's exhibition

  • Side by Side School Group
  • Students visit the Andy Warhol Exhibition at The Brant Foundation
  • Student workshop inspired by the Nate Lowman exhibition at The Brant Foundation.
  • Student art project inspired by David Altmejd's exhibition.
  • Students visit David Altmejd's exhibition at The Brant Foundation.