Teachers are invited to schedule free virtual and in-person experiences for Pre-K–12 school groups, both of which are designed to support the development of the critical and creative thinkers of tomorrow. We believe that when connections are made between classroom learning and the museum experience, students will increase their visual literacy using the language of art.
We are offering two ways to experience our special exhibition space, Albright-Knox Northland, from October 20, 2021, through January 14, 2022, and from March 1 through June 3, 2022. (Please note: The Albright-Knox’s collection is not on view at Albright-Knox Northland. The museum's Elmwood Avenue campus is temporarily closed for construction as we build the future Buffalo AKG Art Museum.)
Schedule Your Visit
To request a free virtual or in-person visit, please submit the Pre-K–12 School Group Request Form.
(The design of this form has recently changed but requests will still go directly to School and Docent Programs Coordinator Lindsay Kranz.)
Please have the following information available when you fill out the request form:
- School name, address, district, and contact information
- Several potential dates and times
- Grade level of students
- Number of students participating
- Any special needs your group may have
For more information, please contact School and Docent Programs Coordinator Lindsay Kranz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Communication by email will facilitate a timely response.
A confirmation will be emailed to you upon scheduling a visit. Please note, your visit IS NOT SCHEDULED until you send the confirmation form.
We also have free virtual tours of two exhibitions that you and your students can watch at any time.
Virtual Tour of Swoon: Seven Contemplations (15 minutes)
The Albright-Knox Education team has developed lesson plans that correspond to the museum’s collection and select special exhibitions.View Lesson Plans
In our Virtual Homeschooler Workshops for ages 5–11, students will explore works of art and then create art inspired by what they saw.Learn More