Field Trips

Call Amber at 208-552-1080  to book your field trip

The ARTitorium experience is suitable for students K-12. Field trips are designed to meet Idaho state standards in common core, visual arts, and media arts, and are available for schools or other youth groups.

Below is an overview, please click here for detailed descriptions and specific standards. We can also customize any experience to meet your needs! Contact, (208) 552-1080 for more information.

Upcoming schedule of field trips.

*** Funding is available for school field trips to cover the cost of transportation to ARTitorium on Broadway. See Details. ***

Field Trip Topics

All field trips are suitable for any size group (20-120) and can be customized based on your needs. Don’t see a topic you want? Work with our ARTitorium Education Specialist to make a custom field trip.

Let's Be Artists

Grades K-1

Artists use lines, shapes, and colors to make works of art. We will explore some famous works of art and use lines, shapes, and colors to make our own work of art.

Cave Paintings

2nd Grade

Students will hear the story of 4 teenagers who discovered some of the world’s best ancient art work and create cave paintings of their own. 

Insects and Symmetry

3rd Grade

We will look at some crazy and unusual insects and talk about their parts and how they are symmetrical.  We will do a few simple projects to learn about symmetry and then draw an unusual insect that is symmetrical.

Ships in a Storm

4th Grade

Learn how artists show movement using ships and water. We will look at some famous sea pictures of ships and weather and see how artists use different elements of art to show stormy or calm water.

Picasso and Abstract Art

5th Grade

We will see the famous artist in action drawing, then look at some of his paintings while we make some drawings of our own.

Starting with a Stick Figure

Any Grade 2nd and Up

Kids don’t have to just use stick figures in their art work. We will learn how to draw people that are still simple, but beyond a stick guy. 


Any Grade

How artists may look at stars, the moon, and other space objects.

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Summer Field Trips


  • Summer Fun
  • Fabulous Freedom
  • Farm Yard Fun
  • Dynamite Dinosaurs
  • Walk Like An Egyptian
  • Lines, Colors, Shapes
  • Abstract Animals
  • Cave Paintings
  • Insects
  • Colors, Colors
  • My First Collage
  • Art in Words

See descriptions.