The Gallery offers professional-development opportunities for teachers of all subject areas and grade levels who are interested in integrating art into their curricula. You can join our Teacher Leadership Program or design your own professional-development day or workshop. For more information, contact the Education Department at

Teacher Leadership Program

The Teacher Leadership Program has moved online. In this program, teachers explore innovative ways to connect their curricula and interest in art with the Gallery’s collection. The free program meets from 4:00 to 5:00 pm on the first Thursday of the month throughout the academic year.

Teacher Workshops and Staff-Development Workshops

Teachers and administrators may contact the Education Department if they wish to organize a departmental, district, or personal professional-development day. We will work with you to connect the collection to your curriculum needs. Our workshops stress inquiry-based teaching, critical thinking, and visual-literacy skills.

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