Foster your students’ learning and develop your own skills with programs and resources geared toward Pre-K–12 educators.
At Albright-Knox Northland
Pre-K–12 School Groups
In order to ensure a safe and socially distant environment for our staff and visitors, our in-person tour programs are on hold until further notice. We are currently offering FREE interactive online experiences with a museum educator.
Groups of College Students
In order to ensure a safe and socially distant environment for our staff and visitors, our in-person tour programs are on hold until further notice.
Explore your creativity and learn how to share the work of featured artists with your students in our Educators’ Workshops.
In Your Classroom
Teach your students about the evolution of modern and contemporary art through the lens of the Albright-Knox’s collection.
The Albright-Knox Education team has developed lesson plans that correspond to works in the museum’s collection, public art projects, and special exhibitions.
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.
Encourage Your Students’ Love of Art
In our annual Art Alive contest, participants—including many pre-K–12 school groups—create living representations of famous works of art for cash prizes.
Future Curators Program
Students in grades 11 and 12 works alongside Albright-Knox staff members to plan, organize, and install an art exhibition.
The Albright-Knox is committed to creating and fostering a universal environment of accessibility for visitors of all ages.Learn MoreLearn More
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