LACMA Field trip

PHOTO SCAVENGER HUNT & ASSIGNMENT DIRECTIONS

March 22, 2016

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FIELD TRIP ETIQUETTE

  • Be respectful to everyone
  • Thank everyone at the museum
  • DO NOT touch the artwork
  • Stay with a group
  • Be courteous when taking your pictures
  • Don't "lay around" the museum

Times

7:00 AM - Depart to Los Angeles

9:20 - 11: 00 AM - Photos outside & Lunch-- Food Trucks or BYOL

11:00 AM - 2:30 PM - Explore Museum

2:00 PM - Head back to school (should be home between 4-5 PM)

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PHOTO SCAVENGER HUNT DIRECTIONS

As you explore LACMA be on the look out for the different artifacts noted below. You will need to find and TAKE PICTURES of the ARTIFACTS below. You will use your pictures for your field trip extension activity.


NOTE: When taking your photos make sure to hold up your Flat Rosie, Frida, or Uncle Sam. Your name should be written in the box OR you can be in the photo

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  • Take photos of your favorite art pieces from the different buildings- SEE MAP
  • You need a minimum of 25 photos spanning from ALL of the different buildings
  • Make sure to note which art piece is your favorite from the entire museum collection
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Extension Activity Overview:

You will take photos as noted in the photo scavenger hunt directions, then create a Flipgram video utilizing the images taken from the field trip.

Flipgram Requirements:


  1. Photos from scavenger hunt
  2. Background music from the 1950s
  3. You must be in all the photos or your "Flat Rosie/Sam"
  4. Label which art piece was your favorite
flipgram example

FYI our pics are missing our Flat Rosie/Sam, yours should not

Art Analysis Questions

1950-1960s POP ART Analysis Questions:

Answer the questions below. You will submit your well constructed/unplagiarized responsed in the Google Form when you submit your Flipgram link (see below).


  1. What was happening in the 1950s & 1960s when Pop artists began appropriating popular culture imagery?
  2. How does this imagery differ from that used by Dada artists earlier in the 20th century?
  3. Pick an artist: Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, or Roy Litchenstein. What is the message of their art from the 50s or 60s?
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Teachers

  • Isset
  • Murray
  • Pourchot
  • Robinson
  • Sandoval