Thank you for your interest in visiting Albright-Knox Northland. In order to ensure a safe and socially distant environment for our all, our in-person tour programs are on hold until further notice.
We are currently offering two FREE interactive virtual experiences with museum educators, including a program focusing on the Albright-Knox's collection and the AT&T Virtual Field Trips program, which focuses on special exhibitions on view at Albright-Knox Northland. Availability is limited; schedule your virtual experience today!
We also have a FREE 15-minute virtual tour of Swoon: Seven Contemplations that you and your students can watch at any time on our YouTube channel.
Please note: We are currently scheduling virtual field trips for Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration from February 16 through May 14, 2021. (Virtual field trips are only available on dates when special exhibitions are on view.)
What to Expect
Interactive virtual lessons are designed to support the development of the critical and creative thinkers of tomorrow. These experiences will engage students with works of art from the Albright-Knox’s collection and special exhibitions on view at Albright-Knox Northland. Lessons will incorporate a range of learning strategies, including open-ended and guided questions, conversation, and activities.
Each session will be taught by Albright-Knox educators via videoconferencing.
Tour Times and Length
Each lesson will be 45 minutes in length but can be shortened upon request. We are offering these experiences Tuesday through Friday anytime between 9 am and 3 pm.
Tour Size and Chaperone Policy
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.
We can use your school’s preferred program or the Albright-Knox’s Zoom account.
Schedule Your Virtual Experience
To request a free virtual lesson, please submit the Pre-K–12 Virtual Experience Request Form.
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 Docents Programs Coordinator Lindsay Kranz at email@example.com.
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