AIMBY - Arts in My Backyard - Field Trips

AIMBY Field Trips is an art-exposure program that provides an interactive, guided tour of the Council’s galleries, followed by an arts session. These tours spark creativity and help students develop observational skills and visual literacy. After the tour, students engage in an exciting hands-on workshop.

This program is appropriate for students of all ages (Pre-K to 12th grade students) interested in visual arts as a form of artistic expression.

Dates and Details

  • Field Trips are only available: Thursdays, 1-2 p.m., June 14 through August 2
  • Admission is free
  • Advance registration required
  • Group size is limited to 30 students

Program Examples

Young Griot: Storytelling through Art | Ages 5-7
After the guided tour, this art session invites students to use their imagination as they combine painting, drawing and constructing to create visual stories inspired by selected books.

Underwater Discoveries | Ages 8-10
Art comes to life with sponge painting and colorful clay sculptures. Create underwater landscapes with clay and paint, and witness the movement and repetition of colors, lines and shapes.

Cultural Explorations…with Art! | Ages 11-18
Experience the joy of learning about cultures through visual art. Become inspired by the works seen in the gallery, and create your own! Students will be invited to use various forms of media as they engage in this fun and educational experience.

Schedule a Field Trip

To learn more, or to schedule a field trip for your group, please fill out the following form:

Contact Information

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Proposed Field Trip Dates


For more information about field trips or other arts and cultural education programs by the Cultural Council, please contact Ericka Squire at (561) 472-3347 or


If you would like to help support the Cultural Council’s arts and cultural education programs, please consider making a gift to our Annual Fund.