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Virtual Field Trips

Schedule a Virtual Tour $240 per classroom

  • 1 hour
  • 240 US dollars
  • Art Mira Studio, Wallington, New Jersey

Service Description

For All Ages:
 Experience Art and meet the artist from your home or classroom! Through live videoconferencing, participants can digitally experience works of art in my art studio, watch presentations, and share in two-way conversations with me. Scheduling A minimum of two weeks advance notice is required for Virtual Field Trips. Programs last 60 minutes and are available during studio hours (Eastern Time Zone). Technology Requirements Connect with us through Zoom, Teams, or any other web-based virtual platform. This requires a computer with a reliable internet connection, webcam, microphone, and speakers. A digital projector, large monitor, or smartboard is recommended if you would like to display the experience in the classroom. Test calls with the studio are strongly recommended employing the equipment and platform you will be using the day of your visit. Cost $240 per clasroom for K-12 School/Home School Groups, Community-based/Non-profit organizations, and Families Customized virtual learning experiences for adults, corporate groups, and professional conferences are also available on a sliding scale. Please contact for additional information and to schedule a program. Art Materials You Need to have Mix Media Sketchbook Drawing material of your choice (pencils, markers, Sharpie, etc.) Watercolor paint, Brushes and Cup with water. I will teach you some of my signature methods that combine fearless expression and artistic knowledge to create beautiful abstracts. Abstract art is about expression. Life can sometimes feel heavy and having a creative outlet to turn to when we're not sure how to articulate what we feel - is priceless. If you want to express yourself but also crave some direction and help.. Creating abstract art can be very fun and rewarding but it can also be incredibly challenging.. Most people start by buying some supplies, putting a brush to canvas and hoping for the best. This isn't the wrong approach, quite the opposite actually - experimenting is so important."

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