The Boise Art Museum offers free opportunities for schools to explore BAM’s permanent collection and featured exhibitions through the Free School Tour Program and Self-Guided Visits.
Free School Tour Program.
This program is created by a professional education team in conjunction with a volunteer committee of practicing classroom teachers. Programs are customized to fit students’ grade levels and presented by museum-trained BAM docents and instructors. Thematic programs for Pre-K through high school students correspond to state standards and engage students in participatory discussions and hands-on activities. Students explore the visual arts through exhibitions, studio art projects and curricular connections such as language arts, social studies, math and science.
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Teachers can make special arrangements with the Education Department to visit BAM for a self-guided visit. Self-guided tours are limited to a maximum of 30 students per hour and typically scheduled between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., depending on space availability. Self-guided groups must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance to be eligible for a free visit. Up to 4 adult chaperons are admitted for free with a self-guided group. Additional adults pay regular admission. One adult chaperon per 10 students is required. Chaperons must stay with students at all times.
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