Educators

In Your Classroom

Black-and-white photograph of Contemporary Art: Acquisitions 1954-1957

Collection Timeline

Teach your students about the evolution of modern and contemporary art through the lens of the Albright-Knox’s collection.

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Students making prints in a classroom

Lesson Plans

The Albright-Knox Education team has developed lesson plans that correspond to works in the museum’s collection as well as select special exhibitions. 

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A man looks at James Ensor's Fireworks

Search the Collection

Use our Search the Collection tool to find information and images for a specific artwork in our collection, or search for works by artist, artwork type, date range, and more.

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At the Museum

Docent Dorothy Tao leads students on a tour of the museum

K–12 School Groups

Schedule free guided tours for K–12 school groups as part of our Art’scool program.

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High school students on a tour of Shade: Clyfford Still / Mark Bradford

Groups of College Students

Schedule a guided or self-guided tour of our collection and/or special exhibitions for your college students. 

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Teacher in an Educators' Workshop about still life

Educators' Workshops

Explore your creativity and learn how to share the work of featured artists with your students in our Educators’ Workshops.

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Encourage Your Students’ Love of Art

Students re-create The Great Wave Off Kanagawa

Art Alive

In our annual Art Alive contest, participants—including many K–12 school groups—create living representations of famous works of art for cash prizes.

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Group shot of the 2016 Future Curators

Future Curators Program

Students in grades 11 and 12 works alongside Albright-Knox staff members to plan, organize and install an art exhibition.

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Students speaking to college art program recruiters

AK Teens College Art Career Day

High school students are invited to come and speak with representatives of area colleges and universities about their arts programs.

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  • Accessibility

    The Albright-Knox is committed to creating and fostering a universal environment of accessibility for visitors of all ages.

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  • Digital artwork for ArtGames 2.0
    ArtGames 2.0
  • Gallery members attend a Member Opening

    Membership

    Join us! Albright-Knox Members receive free admission year round, 10% off in AK Café and Shop AK, invitations to Members-only events, and more.

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