Changing exhibitions

Exhibitions provide excellent opportunities for educators to create uniquely relevant lessons for students by using objects and artifacts to create narratives. connections to classroom curriculum can be made in many ways through exhibitions. For example, in social studies, objects can be related to chronological and historical thinking skills, cultural and social development, government and citizenship, environment and society,  geography, economics, and global challenges. Objects, artifacts, and accompanying interpretive text provide unique resources to support Science Practices; Common Core standards in ELA; and literacy in history/social studies, science, and technical subjects.

LASM museum educators are available for consultation about upcoming exhibitions and their connections to your curricular needs and teachers are welcome to visit exhibitions before their group visit. Extended bookings are also available to provide a deeper experience. To contact a museum educator, call Tammy Frazier at 225.344.5272 ext 117 or e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Guided Tour

LENGTH: Approximately 30 minutes
GROUP SIZE: 30 maximum
GRADES: Pre-K–12
COST: $1 per student and chaperone 

New! Guided Investigation

After an included Guided Tour, enjoy the exhibition a little longer as your students participate in an added activity that encourages critical thinking as they investigate, draw, and write about their favorite object. 

LENGTH: Approximately 60 minutes
GROUP SIZE: 30 maximum
COST: $4 per student and chaperone 


Art in Action: Inflate. Draw. Pour.

Grade Level: K-12

A World of Dreams: Landscape paintings by Tula Telfar

Grade Level: K-12

Monuments & Metaphors: Art in Public Spaces

Grade Level: K-12
Ancient Egypt Gallery

Ancient Egypt Gallery

Grade Level: 112
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ACGBR-LDAThese programs have been made possible in part through the generous support of the East Baton Rouge City-Parish Government; the members of LASM; the Community Fund for the Arts of Greater Baton Rouge; the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge; the National Endowment for the Arts; the Louisiana State Arts Council; and the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism.
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