The Leonardo’s field trips immerse students in experiences that ask the big questions and give students a chance to explore what impacts their lives and their world. Through a blend of stimulating science exhibits, awe-inspiring art installations, and hands-on workshops, students develop innovation-thinking skills, find creative solutions and gain new approaches to problem solving. These experiences support Utah State standards for grades K-12 and integrate principles from science, technology, engineering, math, and the arts.
Sponsored field trips
Limited sponsorship funds are available on a first-come first-served basis for workshops and self-guided field trips.
In November, 2014, The Leonardo proudly premiered its original exhibit No Fixed Address, The Face of America’s Homeless to critical and audience acclaim.
Students and parents who visited the exhibit have given us extremely positive feedback about the exhibit’s impact on their outlook towards all residents of the community. Their comments inspired us to create a program —just for students—giving them an opportunity to explore the exhibit and discuss their thoughts and feelings with peers and community leaders.
The Shattering Stigma's program is a two hour program happening on Thursday, Jan. 29th from 10am-12pm and features:
Free General Admission to the Museum
One hour to go though No Fixed Address
One hour to rotate through 4 Talking Circle (14 minutes each) round table discussions
Topics to be discussed include Homeless Youth, Panhandling, Big City Issues (drugs, alcohol and diversity), Misconceptions around the issue of homelessness. Each will be led by a
leader of a local organization involved in supporting those in need.
We encourage you to freely promote this to your students and invite them (and you) to join us for an informative and inspiring event.
Please email or call if you have any questions, and on behalf of The Leonardo, thank you for your support.
To book this one-time feild trip please click the link below or call 801-531-9800 ext. 103