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Pre-K–12 School Groups

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, through September 10, 2021. (Please note: The Albright-Knox’s collection is not on view in at Albright-Knox Northland. The museum's Elmwood Avenue campus is temporarily closed for construction as we build the future Buffalo AKG Art Museum.)

Tour Options

Virtual

Schedule a virtual visit with a museum educator through the AT&T Virtual Field Trips program. These virtual visits will focus on the special exhibition Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color and will include an introduction to the exhibition and interactive opportunities like discussion, drawing prompts, and close looking. 

In-Person

Schedule a free visit to the special exhibition Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color on Fridays, from Friday, July 2, through Friday, September 10, 2021. For this exhibition, we will welcome up to 15 students per timeslot. These visits include an introduction by a museum educator, a short open-ended discussion about the works on view, and an opportunity to make a collaborative artwork inspired by Hervé Tullet.

Tour Times and Length

We are scheduling special exhibition visits (virtual and in-person) from Friday, July 2, through Friday, September 10, between 9 am and 3 pm. All visits are 45 minutes in length.

Tour Size and Policies

Virtual

Interactive virtual lessons are available for one class per session. There is an eight student minimum. We ask that at least one educator be present for the duration of the program. Please read our Virtual Experience Terms of Agreement before scheduling your session.

In-Person

A maximum of 15 students is allowed for an in-person visit. We ask that all visitors follow our Courtesy Code. We also ask that you review our Pre-K–12 School Group Guidelines before scheduling your session and share this information with your chaperones and students before your visit.

Schedule Your Visit

To request a free virtual or in-person visit, please submit the Pre-K–12 School Group Request Form.

Please also 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 Docents Programs Coordinator Lindsay Kranz at lkranz@albrightknox.org. Communication by email will facilitate a timely response.

Reservation Confirmation

A confirmation will be emailed to you upon scheduling a visit. Please note, your visit IS NOT SCHEDULED until you send the confirmation form.

On-Demand Virtual Tours

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)

Virtual Tour of Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration (14 minutes)

Visita Virtual de Comunidades Visibles: La Materialidad de Migración (17 minutes)

Program Sponsors

Support for school experiences is made possible through the generous funding of BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York.

The AT&T Virtual Field Trips program is made possible through the generous support of AT&T.

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    Lesson Plans

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

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    Homeschooler Workshops

    In our Virtual Homeschooler Workshops for ages 5–11, students will explore works of art and then create art inspired by what they saw. 

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