Tour Programs - Dot Red
Dot Red Art Tours provides art enthusiasts, collectors, travelers, and art lovers an opportunity to experience the best art in Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA).
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Tour Programs

Dot Red Art Tour Education programs are designed to provide a high-quality Visual art and social science learning experience while maintaining an exciting, interactive atmosphere that makes field trip experience memorable.

 

The tours and programs listed below are available for the 2017 fall semester during which the Dot Red will make select programs and tours available in a special afternoon schedule for schools, scouting groups, and home-school educators.

 

All guided walking tours are one hour-30 minutes long unless otherwise noted.

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History Of the Visual Arts in Los Angeles

Grade Levels: K-4th Grade

Available Dates: Wednesday-Friday

Available Times: 11:30am  |  1:30pm

Duration: 1:30 min

Number of Students: 30 Students Max. Per Guide

Students are introduced to the downtown creative community through a series of art galleries, murals, and cultural landmarks. This exposure gives each student a unique sense of themselves and a connection to the arts community.

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The Art Of the Artist

Grade Levels: K-4th Grade

Available Dates: Wednesday-Friday

Available Times: 11:30am  |  1:30pm

Duration: 1:30 min

Number of Students: 30 Students Max. Per Guide

Students explore artwork of different mediums, time periods and learn first-hand from the artist, curators and gallery owners about the importance of the work.  During sessions topics discussed include: what colors mean, line weight, vocabulary, and how to identify artwork from other cultures.