Tour Schedule and Registration Form

Monthly List of Docent-Led Tours


April

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BOOKED-Thank you!

THURSDAY, April 11, 4 pm

Coshocton County Artists Collective

Contact: Melissa Maxwell: melissamax39@yahoo.com

Docent: Barbara Hill


MAY

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Thursday, May 2, 2019, 6:00 to 7:30 pm.

Girl Scout group

Contact: Allison Charles 740.624.1217

Tour overview…Troop leader Allison Charles will bring a group of 12 girls ages K through 9th grade and 8 adults for a guided tour of the museum. The girl scouts are beginning a series of meetings where they will be working on art and they are looking for inspiration during their trip to the museum. Their tour will be from approximately 6 to 7 pm, leaving them some time at the end to wander around on their own. 2 guests will be in wheelchairs and 1 will be using a walker, so plan your route with elevators in mind.


What docents will be doing and how to prepare…

  • For 15 minutes you will be welcoming the guests, and giving your welcome and introduction.

    • Providing general information about the museum

    • Tell them what they will see on the tour. They have not specified a topic, so this can be your thematic tour or whatever areas you want to show them.

  • For 45 minutes, you will be

    • Leading a general museum tour for a group of 12 girl scouts ages K-9th grade and their adult chaperones.

    • The K-12 gallery will have a lecture going on from 6-7 pm, so leave this area until the end if you want to show them, or encourage them to visit on their own after the tour and lecture are over.



      Bonnie Sulens

      ______Docent Needed________


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THURSDAY, May 16, 10 am to 12 pm

Cambridge Middle School

Here is an overview of the field trip…Art instructor Kim Kennedy is bringing 30 students to see the K-12 student exhibition and would like a guided tour for the first hour of their visit and then time to walk around on their own for the second hour. They are also interested in the Barbara Vogel exhibition.


What docents will be doing and how to prepare…

  • For 15 minutes you will be welcoming the students, giving your welcome and introduction, and splitting the group into 2 for the tour.

    • Providing general information about the museum

    • Tell them what they will see on the tour. The student show, Barbara Vogel’s show, and then other museum highlights of your choice.

  • For 45 minutes, you will be

    • Leading a general museum tour for 15 students and one teacher.


      Alta Sims

      ______Docent Needed________


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August

THURSDAY, August 1, 1 pm to 3 pm

Pride and Joy Preschool

Here is an overview of the field trip…Dawn Hutchison will bring her group of 40-50 K-5th grade students to the museum for a guided tour and art activity. The group will be split in half. One group will tour first and the other will do the art activity with Misty in the education studio first. Around 2 pm, the groups will switch.

What docents will be doing and how to prepare…

  • Misty will welcome the group as a whole and explain the tour and activity schedule. Once the group is split into 2, the remaining half will be split into 2 tour groups. With your group, you will:

  • Give your tour introduction

    • Providing general information about the museum

    • Tell them what they will see on the tour.

      • Museum highlights of your choice. This could be your thematic tours.

  • For 35-40 minutes, you will be

    • Leading a general museum tour for approximately 10-15 students.

  • At 2 pm, assist with transition.

    • Drop your group off at the education classroom. If you are leading another tour, pick up your new group.

    • If you are not leading another tour, assist 2 pm docent in finding their group.


      1 pm: Bonnie Sulens

      1 pm______Docent Needed________

      2 pm: Bonnie Sulens

      2 pm______Docent Needed________


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