Educators can use the sculptures in the Art Park as inspirational starting points for the study of topics in art, history, geography, science, language arts, and environmental studies. Michigan Legacy Art Park helps teachers achieve their academic goals by linking the sculptures in the curriculum through these programs and activities:

Field Trips

Each fall and spring, teachers from area schools bring their students on field trips to the Art Park – a place where their textbooks spring to life through the sculptures they discover while exploring nature. Learn More About Field Trips

Curricular Connections

Quickly learn how teachers of all grades and subjects can meet curriculum goals in collaboration with Michigan Legacy Art Park.
Curricular Connections

Special places art workshop

In The Schools

Bring an Art Park artist into your classroom for a 50-minute workshop inspired by sculpture in the Art Park or for a multiple-day residency for a unique learning experience. These programs make interdisciplinary connections and can be tailored to your specific curriculum needs.
In-School Programs

Guide to Trees

This booklet is your guide to discover the different types of trees in the Art Park.
Download Tree Guide

Click to download these high res photos to use in the classroom:

Lois Teicher - Bonnet

Bonnet by Lois Teicher

John Richardson - Ontonagon

Ontonagon by John Richardson

David Greenwood - Secret Passion

Secret Passion by David Greenwood

Stockade Labyrinth by David Barr

David Barr, Stockade Labyrinth

Fallen Comrade by David Greenwood

Fallen Comrade by David Greenwood

Logging Camp by Patricia Innis

Logging Camp by Patricia Innis

To learn more about Lois Teicher and her work as an artist visit her website and watch her video, The Sculptor.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *