Enrich your experience with one of the Museum's programs for children, students, families and adults. Our education programs encourage lifelong learning and an increased appreciation of cultural diversity.
From Art Films to Lectures, Museum Adult Programs offer a chance for adults to learn and apply newly acquired knowledge in an entertaining setting.
Children & Family
Interactive children's programs like Art-e-ology give students an opportunity to discover, understand and create art. Family programs - ARTful Adventure Sundays and Creation Station - are designed to captivate the imagination of visitors of all ages. Special events feature live performances by musicians, dancers and visual artists which enable visitors to better understand and appreciate their art experience.
Educators and Students
The Museum supplements the vital classroom learning experience by providing docent-led tours of our Permanent Collection and temporary exhibitions. Supporting the Sunshine State Standards, Museum tours engage and challenge students to achieve a greater awareness and understanding of the visual arts, language arts, social studies, science and math. Professional development provided by teacher in-service and schoolwide workshops.
The Museum coordinates outreach programs as a service to those who do not have the opportunity to visit the Museum. For established after-care centers, the Meet a Master, Create a Masterpiece Roadshow assists students (grades 3-5) in learning how to look at art and create their own masterpieces.