Today's world has many challenges and it may be some time before things get back to normal or we even determine what "normal" is. The Albany Museum of Art is working to support educators and students in every possible way, including free field trips this academic year. We believe that is more critical now than ever as we all move to a larger digital frontier. We believe art is a foundational part of education and understanding. Let the AMA, through art, help promote literacy and evidential reasoning, content knowledge and critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.
The Albany Museum of Art has an exciting exhibition lineup for the 2021-22 academic year. We encourage you to use the exhibits to supplement your curriculum. School programs at the Albany Museum of Art promote literacy and evidential reasoning, content knowledge and critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.
These provided activities and lessons meet national and Georgia performance standards, and are appropriate for pre-K and up.
You can go online to download teacher packets on each exhibit.
We believe that integrating the arts into other subjects makes learning come alive. This school year, we have adjusted our offerings to fit the needs of the community so that all can benefit from our exhibitions in a safe and fun way. We are offering virtual field trips for schools that are not gathering, as well as limited in-person trips for those that are.
We look forward to seeing you and your students this school year!
Director of Education and Public Programming
Don’t forget we can tailor our collection to your needs! Here are a few ideas:
LINKS FOR EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS
Go to current AMA exhibitions here
Go to virtual tours and other videos here
Find Gallery Guides for current and past exhibitions here
Go to past exhibitions here
Go to the latest list of upcoming exhibitions here
Activities & Contests
Go to the AMA Staying Inspired! blog here
Go to A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words essay contest for high school and college students here
2021 Congressional Art Contest (link will be live when contest details are announced)