Consider the ways the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum can support teaching objectives in and beyond the classroom.
Bring students for class visits!
Docent-led or self-guided tours arranged for groups of 10 or more, three weeks in advance.
- Docent-led experiences: Trained volunteers guide school groups through galleries featuring changing exhibitions, artwork from the collection, and the sculpture garden. Docents are meaning makers who facilitate thoughtful dialogue through hands-on materials, storytelling, and interactive questions.
- Self-guided Visits: Time for reflection, rejuvenation, and independent exploration.
- See suggested exercises for engaging with art
Learn more and schedule a tour.
Browse upcoming artist residencies. Students interact with visiting artists, see demonstrations, and experience hands-on art activities.
Sign up for email updates on changing exhibitions and educational opportunities:
Explore educator resources developed by Museum educators to complement themes of each changing exhibition specifically for classroom use.
- Teacher resource guide: Explore upcoming exhibitions, artist residencies, and schedule visits.
- Pre-visit educational materials: Background information and exercises for students preparing for a visit.
- View past education materials.
- Connect with Catie Anderson or 715.845.7010 for additional information or questions.