The Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery is closed until further notice due to the current public health restrictions in Alberta. TEACHERS we are NOW OFFERING VIRTUAL LEARNING for some of our school programs. Check out our blog for art activities and up to date news.
4525-47a Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4N 6Z6
We are offering First Nations People, Inuit and Inuit Art, Discovering the Metis, and Fur Trade programs virtually. E-mail Lynn LeCorre, email@example.com, for more information or click the green button below.
Experiential & inquiry-based
30 minute power point presentation with artifacts;
30 minute theme based activity in the museum;
1 hour theme based art activity.
Book at least 2 weeks in advance to ensure availability of staff and supplies.
Confirmation letter will be sent upon booking.
Costs reflect staffing and program materials.
We require cancellation for programs up to 24 hours before your confirmed booking.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are offering flexibility with our refund policy but rescheduling is preferred. Cancellations due to inclement weather or the pandemic will not receive a $45.00 cancellation fee.
*Each additional student will be charged $6.00/ student. (Eg. 30 students = $180.00)
**Parent helpers and aids are free.
45-60 min. (Remarkable Red Deer or Temporary exhibit)
Have one of our programmers who are qualified teachers, come to your school to deliver our program to you!
Includes PowerPoint presentation, interactive online games, artifact kits and an art activity.
To book a school program contact Stevie, 403-309-8405.
One of our goals at the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery is to ensure that we are providing programs that reflect the needs of all schools in Alberta. Our programs are designed to create a hands on learning opportunity that is in line with Alberta curriculum and current learning trends. If you would like to keep up to date on what the museum can offer your classroom then click on the link below to sign up for our monthly teacher newsletter.
For more information contact us by phone at 403-309-8405, e-mail us or drop in to the MAG at 4525 – 47a Avenue.
The above educational resources are currently available free of charge. Consider making a donation to the MAG!