As an active center for lifelong learning, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum encourages every visitor and program participant to exercise their curiosity, increase their knowledge, and enjoy multisensory experiences with art.
Consider the ways the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum can support teaching objectives in and beyond the classroom.
Plan your school year visits to the Woodson and explore…
- Exhibitions on view
- Artist-in-residence programs
- Ways to collaborate on a Museum Experience
Through education resources and programs, the Museum is committed to ensuring that no barriers exist for visitor participation, understanding, and life-enhancing experiences. By providing many different entry points for exploring art, programs stimulate creative thinking, hone problem-solving skills, and promote intellectual and emotional growth.
Notes for Educators and Chaperones: Prepare for your Museum experience with these suggestions and guidelines.
Exercises for engaging with art
Past Exhibition Resources: Examples of previous materials designed to enhance students’ visits
Experience Evaluation: Help ensure we’re meeting your needs by providing feedback.