The Delaware Art Museum offers a number of resources for teachers and their students. There are school tours for students of all grade levels, workshops for teachers, and grant opportunities through the Red Apple Fund.
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Tours of the Museum’s permanent collection and temporary exhibitions are available. Learn more.
Art Smart student exhibitions are collaborations between the Museum and an area school. Students create art inspired by the Museum’s collections to be displayed in the Museum for a public exhibition opening. At this event, students and their families are invited to the Museum free of charge to view student artwork, take in the galleries, and enjoy a night out. Guided tours and gallery activities available upon request for large exhibitions.
Space for Art Smart Exhibitions is limited and booked on a rolling basis, download the application below.
Bring the Museum to your classroom today! View resources including guides, downloads, and tutorials available for immediate use. Learn more.
Teacher workshops are held to familiarize educators with the Museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. Credit hours are available for these curriculum enriching programs. To participate in a teacher workshop (Delaware teachers), you must register in advance by contacting the Delaware Teacher Center at 302.736.6723 or 800.282.8770. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All workshops held at the Delaware Art Museum.
The Delaware Art Museum Education staff offers professional development opportunities for school districts, parent-teacher organizations, or any group interested in learning more about the Museum’s collections and programming. For more information, contact Eliza Jarvis, School and Outreach Program Manager, at email@example.com.
RED APPLE FUND
Funding for school tours and bus transportation is available through the Red Apple Fund. Learn more.
For more information, please contact:
Manager of Youth Learning & Creative Partnerships