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AP Art History Travels to New York

AP Art History at the Guggenheim

Led by Ms. Connie Deal and chaperoned by Mr. John Tracy, 14 AP Art History students traveled to New York City for a six-day experiential learning trip. Students had the opportunity to visit six museums: The Metropolitan Museum, The Cloister, The Frick, The Guggenheim, The Whitney and The Museum of Modern Art. Students were able to view works of art that they have studied in class. Other activities included views from the Empire State Building, walking the High Line, dinner at Ellen's Stardust Diner, ice skating in Bryant Park, and four Broadway productions: Come From Away, King Kong, Anastasia and My Fair Lady. Students estimated that they walked almost 37 miles, promoting Ms. Deal's belief, "the only way to see the city is to walk it."

AP Art History at Imagine

AP Art History at Empire State Building