10:00 am –3:00 pm
$16.50 per chaperone
Free with Museum Admission
Join us for programming designed to serve small homeschool co-op groups and individual homeschool families! Homeschool Days are held four times during the school year, starting in September. Each session focuses on a new special exhibition and relevant curriculum connections, including docent-led tours in the galleries and taught workshops in the Greene Family Education Center.
Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern
November 4, 2022
10 a.m.–12 noon or 1–3 p.m.
Focus: Visual Arts
Homeschool students will explore the work of celebrated French sculptor Auguste Rodin and how sculptures are made—going from drawings and maquettes to full-sized works. This session includes a docent-led tour and a taught workshop.
Costs are $17 per child and the price of general admission per chaperone; this program is free for High Museum members. Caregivers must remain at the Museum during the entirety of the program.