COASTAL WATERS ONLINE

Last updated on
Thursday, December 10th, 2020
Experience type: 
Virtual Field Trip
Program Description

Fridays | October 2020 - June 25, 2021

Join us to uncover the complexity of the coastline. Students are immersed into the ideas of interconnection, ecosystems, water cycles, and shoreline wildlife, inspired by Coastal indigenous works. Using drawing, watercolour, pastel and collage students develop individual  mixed-media works that contribute to an ecosystem project.

Curriculum Tie-ins: Art Education, Earth Science, Indigenous Studies

Big Ideas
  • Artists experiment in a variety of ways to discover new possibilities.
  • Creative expression is a means to explore and share one’s identity within a community.
  • Dance, drama, music, and visual arts are each unique languages for creating and communicating.
  • Exploring works of art exposes us to diverse values, knowledge, and perspectives.
  • Artists experiment in a variety of ways to discover new possibilities and perspectives.
  • Dance, drama, music and visual arts are each unique languages for creating and communicating.
  • Engaging in creative expression and experiences expands people’s sense of identity and belonging.
  • Works of art influence and are influenced by the world around us.
  • Artistic expressions differ across time and place.
  • Dance, drama, music, and visual arts are each unique languages for creating and communicating.
  • Engaging in creative expression and experiences expands people’s sense of identity and community.
  • Dance, drama, music, and visual arts are each unique languages for creating and communicating.
  • Experiencing art challenges our point of view and expands our understanding of others.
  • Through art making, one’s sense of identity and community continually evolves.
  • COVID Precautions
    School programs at Burnaby Art Gallery have been reviewed, revamped, and rebuilt to consider safety parameters regarding the current pandemic. This includes: -enhancing supplies -individualizing art kits -distanced learning options
    Trip Details
    City: 
    For Grades: 
    4, 5, 6, 7
    Days Offered: 
    Times Offered: 
    Duration: 
    90 minutes unless otherwise stated.
    Maximum Students: 
    Offered In French: 
    Also Offered For: 
    Packages Provided: 
    Fee Details
    Fee Notes: 

    Zone A schools:
    » Schools in Burnaby School District
    » Min. 2 workshops booked per school per day (No minimum if Online) 
    » $110 per class

    Zone B schools:
    » New Westminster, Vancouver east of Main, Coquitlam, Port Moody
    » Min. 3 workshops booked per school per day required (No minimum if Online) 
    » $115 per class

    Zone C schools:
    » Vancouver west of Main, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, West Vancouver, Delta
    » Min. 3 workshops booked per school per day required (No minimum if Online) 
    » $120 per class

    Visits can be arranged to schools in many areas across Metro Vancouver (with some restrictions).

    Additional Notes

    Technical Needs

    Minimum requirements:

    • Computer – laptop, desktop, smartphone or tablet 
    • Internet connection

    Quality experience: (in order of importance)

    • Webcam
    • Speakers
    • Microphone
    • Large monitor or projector 

    *Please note: The Burnaby School District has AV equipment available for schools in need. Please contact your district office.