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K–12 School Programs

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K–12 School Group Programs

Our education team of professional artist educators work closely with teachers and group leaders to develop gallery and studio experiences that are relevant, engaging, and developmentally appropriate. We work with educators to craft one-hour guided gallery tours and three-hour hands-on workshops that can be adapted to meet each group’s needs. Learn more about tour and workshop offerings.

Virtual Field Trips

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Virtual Field Trips

Experience The Warhol from your home or classroom! Through live videoconferencing, participants can discuss works of art in our galleries, watch presentations, and participate in hands-on art making activities while sharing in two-way conversations with museum educators. Explore our Virtual Field Trip Themes.

LGBTQ+ Resources

We encourage educators to prepare for their visit to the museum with resources that support LGBTQ+ inclusion.


The Warhol is proud to offer a limited number of scholarships for group visits for schools and nonprofit community-based organizations in need. Funding is also available for busing and other transportation costs in and around Allegheny County. Scholarships are made possible through the generous support of The Grable Foundation, The Jack Buncher Foundation, and an anonymous donor. To indicate your interest in a scholarship, please submit a group visit request.

Notice of Non-Discrimination: Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh does not discriminate in employment or administration of its educational programs on the basis of race, color, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, genetic information or veteran status, in accordance with applicable laws. Read the complete policy. Inquiries concerning the application of and compliance with this statement should be directed to: Vice President of Human Resources, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, at 412-622-3331 or