Virtual FieldTrip with CreativeMornings™

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Virtual FieldTrip with CreativeMornings™

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm


FieldTrips are meetups to interact, learn and collaborate in an effort to level-up your creative life. Built on top of our 20,000 monthly attendees at CreativeMornings talks, FieldTrips are community-organized events built on the spirit of generosity that has powered CreativeMornings events for the past 10 years.

Thanks for participating! We’re lucky to have you.


Looking for a way to connect and chat with other art observers? Try out a virtual art museum field trip with McNay educators! We’ll videoconference about three works of art from the collection and a universal theme. Favorite snacks, cocktails, or coffee encouraged.

The McNay Art Museum is the first museum of Modern and Contemporary art in Texas. Explore our collection and participate in a thought-provoking discussion with our educators and your peers.

Theme for this session: Water

Accommodates 500 attendees

FieldTrips are small in size. Make sure to only register if you will definitely attend.

Hosted at

This is a virtual event, you will receive a link to attend in your registration email. Register HERE.

About your Hosts

Kira Sandoval is an educator for K-12 Engagement at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio. Things she has acquired during the pandemic: too many new plants, an appreciation for long evening walks in Texas heat, and a heightened obsession with crocheting.

Kate Carey is Head of Education at the McNay. An art history nerd and regular history nerd, Kate bikes the Mission Reach, reads young adult literature, and daydreams about traveling outside San Antonio.

Juan Zavala Castro is Education Assistant at the McNay Art Museum. Juan is an active plant collector and is always talking about plants and plant care. He currently resides in San Antonio Texas living with 3 senior pet fish, 8 praying mantises, a turtle, 3 dogs, and his very understanding husband.

Claude Monet, French, 1840-1926. Nympheas (Water Lilies) (detail), ca. 1916-1919. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Tobin Foundation for Theatre Arts.