Field Trip

Monument Lab Field Trip is a hands-on activity guide to help you take a closer look at the monuments in your city or town. Investigate historical monuments in your community, ask questions about art and justice in public spaces, and propose your own ideas for a monument.

This Field Trip can be completed outside while keeping safe distance from other people, or from home. We encourage you to explore with family, friends, classmates, and neighbors – however in a way that is most safe and accessible for you. You might find that Street View, Google Earth, or other online tools can help you explore monumental spaces from your home. 

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Monument Lab Team: Kanyinsola Anifowoshe, Paul Farber, Patricia Eunji Kim, Hilary M. V. Leathem, Sue Mobley, and Yannick Trapman-O’Brien

Produced with Support from: The Center for Public Art & Space at the University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design

Designed and Illustrated by Mike Murawski and Bryna Campbell with Super Nature Adventures

Dedicated to: Allie, Arlo, Asha, Emmie, Holden, Leo, Linnea, Linus, Oran, Seneca, and Sidney