Professional development and object-based student learning experiences designed to support classroom teaching objectives
Teacher Program Announcements
High School Program
Our long-standing multi-visit program for high school art classes emphasizes studio connections with our permanent collection, special exhibitions, and architecture tours. A series of three visits over the course of a semester includes in-depth guided tours and art-making lessons designed to complement the teacher’s classroom curriculum and to help students build artist portfolios. Studio art teachers must complete online applications for their classes to be considered.
Applications for the 2020–2021 school year are due May 15, 2020.
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School Outreach Pilot Program
Bring the Kimbell Art Museum into your classroom! Museum educators will engage students in interactive experiences featuring close looking with high-quality digital reproductions of artworks, group discussion, kinesthetic activities, and exploration of art-making materials. This pilot program will be offered exclusively to Fort Worth ISD. Programs are intended for individual classrooms of no more than 30 students. Schools may schedule multiple classroom visits over the course of a day or multiple days. Programs are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis; 4 weeks advance notice is required. This free school program is made possible through a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts.
This program has been temporarily suspended; all sessions scheduled through April 30 are canceled.