K-12

Have Art Will Travel

CHINA

Geared toward second graders and their SOL learning objectives for the study of China, this program consists of three components: our School Programs Educator’s in-class presentation, a resource trunk on temporary classroom loan (complete with interdisciplinary lesson plans, art supplies, visual aids, books, and maps), and a tour of the LCVA’s Rowe Collection of Chinese Art with follow-up hands-on activities at the LCVA. The LCVA provides funding for buses as needed for the trip to Farmville to view the collection. This past year over 550 children participated... More

Questions?
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Scheduling
Reservations are required. Please click on tour reservations and complete the form. Please indicate any special needs your students may have. Reservations must be sent no less than 2 weeks in advance.
Tours are available Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Special exceptions may be made. Please inquire.

Tours are not available on State, Federal, and Longwood University holidays.
These dates include:

  • New Year’s Eve and New... More
Youth Art Month

Each spring the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts sponsors the Annual Area Youth Art Exhibition, a show mounted on the LCVA's Lower Level. The exhibition features work from some 400 students from ten counties, including public, private, and home schools. In 2014, the youth art exhibition will run from March 16 – April 28, with a free opening reception for the young artists, their families, and the adoring public.
 

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