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Enjoying the amphitheater during a family journaling-in-the-garden workshop, photo: David Michael Howarth Photography

Education
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Explore the world around us through deeper conversations, observations and reflections with the resources provided below in our Tool Box. Designed for learners of all ages these free, downloadable activities will enhance your experience with art, nature and wellness at Grounds For Sculpture or where ever you may be. The questions you create are more important that the answers you find.
 


 

Looking at sculpture: Dina WIND Educator Guide

In collaboration with the Dina Wind Art Foundation, explore this dynamic and thoughtful Educator Guide. This resource aims to provide you with the tools for teaching about sculpture, in the classroom or onsite at Grounds For Sculpture. Adaptable for students of all ages, the engagements address National Arts Standards,  and present a methodology for nurturing 21st century skills, such as critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creative expression.

Look & Listen

To view the guide as individual pages (best for printing), click here.

 


 

explorer’s guides

Investigate these essential themes related to closer looking, art making, horticulture and wellness as an added resource as you explore the grounds with your family or group.

Look & Listen    Look & Listen

Ask & Share    Look & Listen

Ask & Share    Minfulness

 


 

Sculpture hunt

Search high and low, down meandering pathways and beyond closed doors and discover hundreds of sculptures at GFS. Create your own teams and you’ll have 45 minutes to find fifteen works of art located throughout the 42-acres.

Sculpture Hunt    Sculpture Hunt Answer Key

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