Our team of professional artist educators work closely with teachers and group leaders to develop gallery, studio, and online learning experiences that are relevant, engaging, and developmentally appropriate. We work with educators to craft one-hour guided gallery tours, three-hour hands-on workshops, and online distance learning experiences that can be adapted to meet each group’s needs.
Educators + Schools
When I think of my high school days, all I can remember, really, are the long walks to school, through the Czech ghetto with the babushkas and overalls on the clotheslines.
We offer an extensive archive of free lesson plans and educational resources, including presentation materials, artmaking and discussion activities, courses, videos, and more.
Plan a group visit
We offer a range of accommodations for school groups—from boxed lunches to bus parking.
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