Virtual tours for students in preschool through high school can be paired with an art-making studio workshop led by our talented teaching artists. Creativity Kits filled with specialized supplies will be mailed to the school in advance. Please note that students will need access to basic supplies such as pencils, scissors, glue, markers, and crayons.
Virtual tour, $75 for up to 25 students
Virtual tour & studio workshop with Creativity Kit: $225 for up to 25 students
Color, Shape & Line (Preschool through grade 1 only)
Calling all museum detectives! Investigate works of art from different times and places to discover how artists utilize the building blocks of art.
Using Your Senses (Preschool through grade 1 only)
Get a unique, multisensory perspective as you experience art through your eyes, ears, and body.
Celebrating Many Voices
This tour celebrates the work of established and emerging artists who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color or who are in the LGBTQ community. These artists use their art to highlight issues of social justice. Tour discussions will delve into topics such as racism,and challenges faced by Native people and the LGBTQ community.
Take a walk on the wild side with a tour focused on sustainability, climate change, and animals in art—including a site-specific installation of animal sculptures and habitats made from recycled materials by the artist Federico Uribe.
The First Americans
Younger students explore Native American art, culture, and history—from ancient times through today. Older students learn how Native arts have evolved across vast regions of North America in response to social and political change, from earliest times to the present.
Facetime: Exploring Portraits
Who is that person in the painting? What clues can you find about their interests, status, or personality? Discover how artists depict people, from yesterday to today, through paintings, photography, and in some cases, sculptures.
Places & Spaces: Landscapes in American Art
Discover the many different ways artists engage with the evolving American landscape and built environment— from traditional landscape paintings to contemporary art.