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Andy Warhol’s life and art offer great opportunities to learn about society and culture and provides rich examples of interdisciplinary thinking and art practices. A key component of the Museum’s education programs are the online curriculum resources available on this website. This interdisciplinary K –12 resource uses the art, life and practice of Andy Warhol as a template to teach across the humanities. Each lesson was developed in collaboration with school partners and many feature examples of student work. All content is aligned with 21st century learning standards, state and national arts and humanities standards, as well as those of other core academic areas.

Browse Lessons by Artwork

Browse Lessons by Artwork

Browse artwork from The Andy Warhol Museum's collection and see associated lessons.


Browse Lessons by Standard

Browse lessons by National and Pennsylvania education standards, as well as 21st Century Skills.


Browse List of All Lessons

View a comprehensive list of all published lessons, school adaptations, and more, organized by category.

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Compare and Contrast Artists

View lessons that compare and contrast Warhol with other artists.

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Resources and Featured Content

Check out the latest resources for teachers and students as well as featured content.