Classes are encouraged to tour the museum with or without a docent. There is no charge for New Mexico educational groups attending the museum with their instructor and/or adult chaperones. The museum requires at least 1 chaperone for every 10 students. Parents, chaperones, and adult helpers are also admitted free when accompanying a group! Educational groups from outside New Mexico qualify for a group discount. To arrange a group tour, please download and complete this form , and return it to Leslie Fagre, Educator/Coordinator Docent Program via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Folk Art To Go!
Folk Art To Go! Celebrating 25 years. Classroom teachers, this year our popular Folk Art To Go! school program will only be serving the following Santa Fe Public Schools:
• Amy Biehl Community School
• Aspen Community Magnet School
• Capital High School
• César Chávez Community School
• Chaparral Elementary School
• E.J. Martinez Elementary School
• El Camino Real Academy
• Engage Santa Fe and The Academy
• Gonzales Community School
• Kearney Elementary School
• Milagro Middle School
• Nava Elementary School
• Nina Otero Community School
• Ortiz Middle School
• Piñon Elementary School
• Ramirez Thomas Elementary School
• Salazar Elementary School
• Santa Fe High School
• Sweeney Elementary School
• Tesuque Elementary School
• Turquoise Trail Charter School
The Folk Art To Go! program consists of a 45-minute pre-museum visit by an Educator with an introduction to the museum, and hands-on objects. Once at the museum, a 60-minute exhibition tour and 90-minute hands on art project, designed for two classes, (with a maximum of 50 students) takes place. The program begins in October and ends in May, happening on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Funds are available to help off-set the cost of transportation. Folk Art To Go! is available on a first-come, first-serve basis to designated Santa Fe Public Schools. To register for Folk Art To Go, download this form , and return it to Patricia Sigala, Educator/Community Outreach Coordinator via e-mail email@example.com.
Folk Art Outreach Trunks are available for area educators to check out to use in the classroom. These include hands-on objects, lesson plans, books, and DVDs. To check out an outreach trunk, please download and complete this form, and return it to Patricia Sigala, Educator/Community Outreach Coordinator via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teacher In-service Training
Our in-service includes a curator-led gallery tour, interactive performance/demonstration, hands-on art activities and curricular links to the National Core Art Standards. To sign-up for the teacher in-service, please download and complete this form and return it to Patricia Sigala, Educator/Community Outreach Coordinator via e-mail email@example.com.
For more information about any of these programs, or, to be added to our mailing list, please contact Educator/Community Outreach Coordinator, Patricia Sigala at 505-476-1212, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.