NMWA’s wide variety of teacher resources and programs provide a fresh perspective on arts in the classroom—explore tours, partnerships, self-guides, and the arts-integration Art, Books, and Creativity curriculum.
NMWA’s thematic, hands-on school tours promote critical thinking and meet specific standards of learning. Students will strengthen visual literacy skills, develop and cement vocabulary, and cultivate observational and evidence-based thinking.
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Access exhibition resource packets for the classroom and NMWA’s See For Yourself cards, which enrich the museum-visitor experience and have been adapted for classroom use by K–12 teachers.
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Discover Art, Books, and Creativity (ABC), our free arts-integration curriculum, which uses artists’ books to highlight the natural connections between the visual arts and language arts. Check out lesson plans, artists’ biographies, high-resolution images, support materials, and online blog, TeachersConnect.
Attend our professional development workshops, which introduce K–12 art and classroom teachers to current exhibitions through gallery exploration and hands-on activities, providing materials for the classroom. Contact the Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-783-7370 to receive information about upcoming opportunities.
School Outreach and Partnerships
Looking for information about single- and multi-visit outreach programs for your school or community organization? NMWA welcomes opportunities for partnerships with individual schools and teachers. Contact the Education Department at email@example.com or 202-783-7370 so that we can tailor an experience to your needs and interests.