The Art Gallery offers several ways for the community to learn about art and art-making. We are committed to educating students of all ages through our educational programs.
EDUCATION SHOWCASE - CALLING ALL EDUCATORS! JOIN US - Thursday, October 9th, 4 to 7 p.m. for a look into The Art Gallery's K-12 education programming.
K-12 Lesson Plans and Resources – The Art Gallery provides National Art Education Association (NAEA) Standards-based lesson plans related to gallery exhibitions and the permanent collection.
Teacher Workshops - Teacher workshops are meant to encourage educators to use our gallery, lesson plans, and tools as a classroom resource are often available. Check back here for more details or join our educator email list to be informed of upcoming events.
The Herman Maril Teaching and Research Gallery - This small, hands-on gallery allows you to request specific artworks from the collection be displayed to give your students a firsthand look at what they are studying. For more information or to request a visit please request a tour.
Student Workshops – The Art Gallery offers free Saturday drawing workshops for local students.
Scheduled Tours – Teachers, community members, faculty, and students may request a tour of any current exhibition.