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Arts and Culture Destinations
Below is a list of Arts and Culture Destinations in the state of Michigan. This list is to be used as a reference. If you are an arts and culture organization that can welcome school groups and are interested in being included in the database, CLICK HERE for the application.
History, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, Vocal Music
The Detroit School of Rock and Pop MusicRoyal Oak Oakland
MUSIC FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCE Come to Rock, Roll and Learn. Our Studio. Their time to shine. Our program is perfect for kids of all types. It provides some basic music ideas as well as a lot of insight into instruments, the recording process, and also teamwork and character development. Program Description: The program is a two hour program that consists of 3 parts. First we explain a bit about each instrument and play some for them. Then they get a chance to play each instrument. Second we go in our recording studio and talk about recording and what is possible with modern recording technology. Lastly, we record something ourselves! Usually this is a “singing” situation, as this is the one thing in which everyone can participate. We learn about listening back to ourselves and trying to do things as best as we can and our team shares some stories about the world of music and it’s benefits to building character and teamwork.
Troy Historic VillageTroy Oakland
Focused on Michigan history, Troy Historic Village education programs include onsite, outreach, and virtual field trip options for PreK - 8th grade students. Onsite field trips provide hands-on learning experiences in a log cabin, one-room schoolhouse, turn-of-the-century general store, and more. Activities include beeswax candlemaking, tin punch projects, and toy-making. Eighth grade classes can attend our annual Civil War Days, rotating through stations focused on soldier life, field medicine, the activism of Sojourner Truth, military drills, and 19th-century communication. The Village also offers " Our Community" workbooks as social studies curriculum supplements for 1st and 2nd graders.