The Worcester Art Museum is committed to making art from around the world accessible to educators of all kinds. The Museum’s team of educators and curators continue to create resources, guides, and experiences tailored to different grade levels and types of learning. We offer opportunities to come closer to art in the classroom, at home, or during your visit to the Museum.
Guides and instruction sheets
Classes and workshops
The Museum offers classes and workshops for educators to build their networks, exchange ideas, explore ways to integrate the arts into other curriculum areas, and learn new techniques.
Studio art classes and workshops
Explore the Museum, try new materials, and engage with professional artists and educators! Register online today or contact the Museum’s studio programs office at email@example.com or 508-793-4333 for more information.
- Scholarships – Please inform us if a student requires financial assistance. To learn more, contact RuthHemenway@worcesterart.org or 508-793-4339.
- Professional Development Points (PDPs) – The Worcester Art Museum has been approved by the Massachusetts State Department of Education as an official provider of professional development points. Teachers can take any of the Museum’s adult classes for PDPs at no additional cost. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a PDP Certificate. The number of PDPs awarded will equal the number of hours of the course you complete.
- Professional Development Workshops – The Museum can host or help your department or district develop a professional development workshop to fit your needs. To learn more, contact email@example.com or 508-793-4462. Must be scheduled 6+ weeks in advance.
Hear from living artists, experts in the field, and exhibition curators in a variety of talks, Q & A sessions, and lecture series.
Massachusetts Teachers Association
Members receive 2-for-1 Museum admission!
You (as a member of the MTA) may be able to fund your Museum experience with a Massachusetts Cultural Council PASS or Local Cultural Council grant. For more information, contact the MCC at 1-800-232-0960 or www.massculturalcouncil.org.
Education Programs at the Worcester Art Museum are generously supported by the George I. Alden Trust of Worcester, The Booth Family Fund for Education and Outreach at the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Frances L. Hiatt Fund for the Advancement of Museum Education, The Nathan and Barbara Greenberg Fund for Education, The Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation, and the Norman and Dorothy Sharfman Education Fund, among other endowment funds. Additional generous support provided by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, The Patrick & Aimee Butler Family Foundation and our members.