Start with Art Connecting with Color

Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art

Start with Art Connecting with Color

Guided Tour: Connecting with Color


The guided tour focuses on color relationships represented in the museum’s permanent exhibitions and applicable special exhibitions. Students are introduced to the color chart, contrasting color, and more!

Story time: Color Cats or Hailstones and Halibut Bones

Topics and content are modified to be age appropriate for students in Early Childhood – 4th Grade.

Art Activity: Bubble Printing


Students create beautiful prints using bubbles! They blow bubbles in solutions of paint and water, printing the bubble patterns. Extra care is taken to make sure that this activity is safe and sanitary.

Shaving cream printing may be suggested as an alternate art activity for this program.

Visual Thinking Strategies™


Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) is a student-centered discussion method grounded in decades of research and testing. The method uses discussions of art to expand critical thinking skills. Students will use VTS to discuss additional artworks in the gallery.

Learn more about VTS | Get trained in VTS

Field Trip Information

  • Reservation required 2 weeks in advance—one month or more is recommended for optimum scheduling.
  • 10 participating children are required. Limited to 75 children. Appropriate for ages 4-18.
  • FREE with a scholarship from MGMoA Fund-A-Program. Regular price is $3 per student. School groups traveling by bus or van are eligible for up to $200 reimbursement for bus transportation.
  • 1 chaperon per 10 kids is required and admission is waived. Additional adults are $4 each.

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Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art

1900 West MacArthur
Shawnee, OK 74804

contact us405.878.5300

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The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is supported by these organizations and generous donors like you!

  • Allied Arts
  • Oklahoma Arts Council
  • Art Works

  • The museum is affiliated with:
  • Oklahoma Museums
  • Give Smart OKC