Field Trips and Group Tours

Field trips and group tours at the Trout Museum of Art include a docent tour of all 3 floors of exhibition space and art project led by a local artist.

Visits typically take 1 -2  hours to complete, depending on the size of the group.

Groups can be up to 60 people. Groups of 30 or more will be split into 2 groups (one half doing an art project while the other is on the docent tour; after 45 minutes, groups will switch).

To schedule a trip or to request special accommodations, email Marci Hoffman a minimum of 2 weeks in advance.



Price for 1 minute

Field Trips


per person

$50 minimum

Group Tours


per person

$100 minimum


Stephanie Harvey is a Wisconsin born visual artist with a passion for promoting the arts in her community. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.  It is here that she fell in love with printmaking and got back to working in the photography darkroom. More recently, she began doing embroidery and some mixed media fiber projects which incorporate her love of crochet, sewing and general love of crafts and weird “is this art?” type of things.
Stephanie enjoys the enthusiasm that comes from teaching, exploring and engaging the community in art.  She owns her own photography business, Boomerang Portraits, which specializes in black and white journalistic, storytelling portraiture of children and families. She teaches at The Trout Museum of Art (Appleton), local libraries, private parties and more. She is currently living life colorfully in Kimberly, Wisconsin with her best friend and two children. She is working with other artists, art organizations and community members on public art installations, workshops and casual art happenings to promote the arts in the Fox Valley.
Tyler Helfrich is an Appleton, Wisconsin artist focusing on sculpture, collage, sound, writing, and collaboration, but works in painting, multimedia, photography, glass, fashion design, and film. Tyler is currently a full-time artist and entrepreneur, creating art and events of many expressions in and around the Fox Valley. Influence of his recent art and events include archaeology, language, science, and philosophy of the human body, mind, and spirit. He received his BFA with an emphasis in Printmaking from UW-Stout. His current mission is to shake up the Wisconsin culture through art!