Educators

Lessons for Remote Learning View Lessons

Our Education Team has developed inquiry-based lessons for remote learning.

At Albright-Knox Northland

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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.

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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.

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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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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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Lesson Plans

The Albright-Knox Education team has developed lesson plans that correspond to works in the museum’s collection, public art projects, and special exhibitions.

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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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Encourage Your Students’ Love of Art

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Art Alive

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.

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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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  • Accessibility

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

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    ArtGames 2.0
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    Membership

    Join us! Albright-Knox members receive free admission to Albright-Knox Northland, invitations to members-only events, and more.

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