Who: The museum offers private virtual workshops to local schools and districts for groups of up to 20 active Pre-K–12 teachers and administrators.
When: Workshops may be scheduled on weekdays for two or three hours between 9 am and 7 pm.
Cost: The fee is $175 for a two-hour workshop and $225 for a three-hour workshop. Art supply kits are available for pick-up for an additional $20 per person.
Limited scholarships are available for staff at Title One schools. Please contact Lindsay Kranz at firstname.lastname@example.org for a scholarship application.
Workshops include instruction and resources. Art supply kits are available for pick-up for an additional $20 per person.
Contemporary Art in the Classroom
Go beyond “What do you see?” with this interactive workshop on how to phrase strong open-ended questions to actively encourage learners to analyze modern and contemporary art. You’ll leave with a few tricks on how to guide discussions that encourage critical thinking. Focusing on the Albright-Knox’s collection, this workshop will also include an artmaking activity to support lesson planning.
Public Art and the Stories It Tells
Why is public art important? Explore the idea of art as an opportunity to make new connections, or to connect directly within one’s community with public works of art. Focusing on the Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative, this workshop will also include an artmaking activity to support lesson planning.
Please check back for additional workshop options.
Requesting a Workshop
To request a private Virtual Educators' Workshop, please complete and submit the Virtual Educators' Workshop Request Form. Please read our Virtual Educators' Workshop Terms of Agreement before placing your request. After receiving your request, we will contact you in two to five business days to move forward with scheduling.
For more information, please contact Lindsay Kranz at email@example.com.
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Virtual Presentation Series for Educators
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