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Visit with My Students


Through museum experiences, students can bring their whole selves to multimodal explorations of artworks, build webs of connection to their lived experiences, and activate their critical thinking through shared inquiry.

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We are excited to welcome school groups back to the museum to participate in On-Site Student Tours and Self-Guided Tours and to extend our reach into classrooms through Virtual Student Experiences

Our On-Site and Virtual Student Experiences are facilitated by educators who engage students in close looking, discussion, and critical thinking about works of art in the museum. Your students will participate in interactive, inquiry-based experiences that support their creative thinking skills as they develop their own interpretations about works of art that span time, geography, and culture. Please note that when scheduling your experience you can select bilingual (English and Spanish) experiences that are facilitated by bilingual museum educators in support of Spanish-speaking learners in your classrooms.

If you choose to bring your students for a Self-Guided Tour, we offer a range of resources to enrich your visit and pre- and post-visit learning. Take a look at our Tools for My Teaching page and reach out to our experienced educators, via the Ask an Educator form, for suggestions on how to design your visit, including recommendations on artworks, exhibitions, and resources.

We are now accepting registrations for onsite guided, self-guided, and virtual student experiences through May 26, 2023.

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