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The Education Department offers off-site learning experiences, including an in-school artist in residence program, after-school art classes, and presentations to community groups and centers. Learn more about the programs and classes we offer for schools and school teachers below.


Art Ed Central

These free monthly workshops are designed for art educators. After gallery talks with curators, participants enjoy related art lessons and light refreshments are served. Certification hours are awarded!

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Learning Through Art

The Museum leads weekly art classes for third and fourth-grade students at the Wares Ferry Road Elementary School where student artists engage students through art projects connected to the core visual arts curriculum.

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Art in the Afternoon

The Museum offers weekly after-school art classes at the Mt. Meigs Department of Youth Services. Over the years, students have completed several campus beautification projects and continue to work in series about different areas of art, including printmaking this fall. For more information on our community outreach program, contact


The Museum offers a variety of curriculum-based tours that can be adjusted to fit your needs. In addition to English, the Museum offers tours in Korean, Spanish, and German.

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Traveling Art Suitcases

Bring the Museum to your classroom by checking out one of our free Traveling Art Suitcases: Printmaking or Alabama Artists. Each contains original works of art, related lesson plans, and materials. For more information, please contact Brandy Morrison, Education Secretary, at or call 334.240.4365.


The Museum works with several community partners, including Wares Ferry Road Elementary School, to provide arts experiences for the citizens of Montgomery and the River Region.

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