Virtual Field Trips

Virtual Field Trips

Imagine yourself surrounded by the unique and iconic art installations of Dale Chihuly - WITHOUT the hassle of arranging transportation and wrangling groups of children and chaperones!

Tour the Chihuly Collection safely from your home or classroom (with additional add-on opportunities at the Morean Arts Center, Morean Glass Studio and Morean Center for Clay)

A variety of topics listed below, all just $12.50 per student

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- A virtual tour of the Chihuly Collection and insights on Dale Chihuly’s personal creative journey, overcoming disabilities and the critical importance of teamwork.
- Learn how Dale Chihuly faced personal and physical challenges in pursuit of his Art.
- Discover the chemistry, process and artistry of glass blowing, connecting Art and Science.
- See the Importance of Teamwork to the success of major art projects. Join Interactive Discussions with Glass Art Experts and more!

Artist as Activist

- Artistic Activism combines creativity and social commentary to move
us emotionally to bring about social change.

-Quinton Merada uses his art to explore social challenges through history.

-Merada was always  drawn to create and studied arts at John Hopkins Middle School and
the Pinellas County Center for the Arts at Gibbs High School.


Coming Soon:
Science of Glass Art – glass artists talk about the math, chemistry
Math of Mud – clay art fundamentals and exploration of the steps involved in making and firing a clay piece
Chemistry of Glazing

A Group Sales Coordinator will respond directly to your request and will be able to answer any questions you may have. You will also receive a follow-up packet via email with FAQs.