Education programs and resources
Childe Hassam | 1859–1935 | Avenue of the Allies, Great Britain 1918 1918 | Oil on canvas | 91.4 x 72.1cm (36 x 28 3/8in.) | Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967) 1967 | 67.187.127 | Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York | Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Avenue of the Allies, Great Britain 1918 1918
Oil on canvas
91.4 x 72.1cm (36 x 28 3/8in.)
Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967) 1967
Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Look Out teacher programs
The following Look Out programs are free, however, bookings are essential as places are limited. Tel (07) 3840 7255 or email email@example.com
Teacher and lecturer viewing
11.00am Saturday 6 June
Teachers and lecturers are invited to a special viewing of ‘American Impressionism and Realism: A Landmark Exhibition from the Met’, The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, New York. The event includes an introduction by Gallery staff, refreshments and entry to the exhibition. Limited places, bookings are essential. Phone (07) 3840 7255 or email.
Interpreting 'Impressionism and Realism'
Selected Saturdays, QAG
Educators are invited to attend special tours and workshops for ‘American Impressionism and Realism’. Ideal for teachers planning a school visit to the exhibition.
American focus 11.30am Saturday 20 June
David Burnett, Curator, International Art
Australian focus 10.00am Saturday 25 July
Angela Goddard, Curator, Australian Art to 1970
Workshops for the classroom
Useful information for developing pre- or post-visit classroom activities.
Saturday 20 June
1.00pm: Secondary teachers | 2.00pm: Primary teachers
Saturday 25 July
12.00pm: Early years teachers
An online education resource focusing on artists and ideas explored in the exhibition is available for teachers and students to access. An excellent resource to use for pre- or post-visit classroom activities. Suitable for all teaching levels. Includes curricular information. Visit the education web page to download the resource.
School and special interest group bookings
Bookings are required for groups of 10 or more. To help us ensure that your visit to ‘American Impressionism and Realism' is a rewarding one, we ask that groups of 10 or more provide us with at least 72 hours' notice of their visit.
To book your group visit, please call the Education Bookings Office on (07) 3840 7255 between 8.30am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday. Alternatively, booking inquiries can also be submitted online, emailed, or faxed to (07) 3842 9175.