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Classes, workshops, and LECTURES

The Albright-Knox offers a variety of classes, workshops, and lectures for children, youth, adults, and educators. View Classes, Workshops, and Lectures


The Albright-Knox offers free guided tours for K–12 school groups through our Arts’cool program, self-guided tours for K–12 school and college groups, group tours for adults through our new Tour AK program, public tours, and verbal description tours. View Tour Options

Lesson Plans

The Albright-Knox's Education Department develops lesson plans that correspond to the museum’s Collection and special exhibitions. View Lesson Plans




On the first Friday of every month—from 10 am to 10 pm—admission to the museum’s 1962 Knox Building and select events are free for everyone. Art classes and certain tours are available to non-members for a fee. Learn More


Art'scool, presented by the Albright-Knox and BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York, is a school tour program designed to create the critical and creative thinkers of tomorrow. All guided school tours are free, include a transportation subsidy, and are led by a specially trained docent. Learn More

Access AK

The Albright-Knox is committed to creating and fostering a universal environment of accessibility for visitors of all ages. Access AK comprises programs and services that respond to a wide variety of special needs. Learn More

AK Teens

The AK Teens program, presented by the First Niagara Foundation, is a dynamic mentoring program serving teens from across Western New York and Southern Ontario. Learn More

Artist-in-Residence Program

The Albright-Knox's Artist-in-Residence Program (AIR) brings cutting-edge contemporary artists to Buffalo to initiate art projects, events, and/or installations that relate to and integrate our community, including its people, history, and unique environment. Learn More