Krannert Art Museum is actively involved in developing programs with schools, teachers, and other community partners that encourage students to deepen their understanding of art and the work of the museum.
The museum's free lending library of more than 5,000 items, from art prints and books about art to videos and easy-to-handle art replicas, all designed to help teachers bring hands-on art experiences into the classroom.
During a museum tour, students look closely at art, think critically, and personally connect with art from around the world—all while meeting Common Core learning standards.
Resources to help you and your students prepare for an upcoming tour, including classroom activities, gallery guidelines, and a video introduction to the museum.
Bring the museum into your classroom or to your children's club or group. Art-To-Go helps teachers and group leaders to integrate art, history, and geography into the curriculum.
Each semester, KAM offers at least one professional development workshop for teachers. A variety of topics and approaches are offered through these free, interdisciplinary arts education events.
Learn more about Krannert Art Museum's collaborative approach to arts education, including Krannert Art Museum – Week at the Museum [KAM–WAM] and Art Speak Teen Programs.
Materials for our docent volunteers, including links to the tour calendar, informative videos, and an online training course.
Stay up-to-date on new exhibitions, resources, tours, workshops, school partnerships, and focus groups through this monthly email newsletter for teachers, families, and students.