In-Person Field Trips

Act One field trips have been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Please visit our resource page to learn more about virtual and online resources.

 

Arts education has the ability to take students beyond the standard classroom environment through active and engaged learning practices. Whether it be virtual reality, digital platforms, or real-time in-person field trips, this type of approach to teaching and learning through the arts is an essential component of a well-rounded education. For students, it has the ability to enhance their imagination, memory, physical senses, while building confidence, communication skills, and focus. Field trips provide an opportunity for students to see the world in a new way offering cultural connections and a greater relationship to one’s own community. Act One partners with Title 1 schools and arts organizations to help coordinate these meaningful and powerful connections.

What You Need to Know

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Field Trip Process

Learn about how the field trip process works and how you can take students on an educational arts field trip.

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Field Trip FAQs

Have questions? We've got answers. Find out more about Act One Field Trips.

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Resources for Teachers

Act One provides a variety of resources that help teachers integrate the arts into their school days.

Resources

Thanks to these major sponsors for their support of Act One field trips.

Quotation Mark

“… there is never a bad time to engage in art, but there is a best time. And that best time is as a child. And that’s where Act One comes in. That’s where Act One connects the education and the art to improve the brain health of all of our kids in our community, regardless of the opportunities that they have.”

— Dr. Javier Cárdenas, MD, Director of the Barrow Concussion and Brain Injury Center

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In-Person Field Trips