Fifth Graders learn History through Art
Fifth grade Scholars collaborate with Albany Institute of History & Art to create an exhibition
The School year has just begun and the fifth grade scholars at Castleton Elementary School are learning and conducting a research project that offers them a chance to understand what it takes for an exhibit to be showcased. The Albany Institute of History & Art Interpretive Manager Patrick Strenshon are working with the scholars for a chance to create an exhibit that will go on display in the museum.
The students will be visiting the new Women’s Suffrage exhibit in celebration of the centennial anniversary of women having the right to vote. According to Strenshon, the scholars will be researching and creating exhibits that will focus on great Americans (@SchodackCSD). This will serve as great opportunity for the students to learn about history through creativity and art. Go support the young scholars by visiting their exhibit and tell us what you think about them when you do.