Explore. Connect. Expand.
The Museum is committed to making arts and culture accessible to every student. Through programming such as school field trips, Passport to the Arts, online programs, and Visual Thinking Strategies, the MAC engages 10,000 students a year. Visiting the Museum is a lasting and impactful experience that enhances student learning.
The MAC offers numerous opportunities to look at, think about, and discuss works of art and objects from different cultures with interpreter-led tours and self-guided exploration for families and school children of all ages.
MAC school field trips make art, history, and culture come alive through engaging exhibits, guided tours, and facilitated programs that complement and enhance elementary, middle and high school learning.Teachers Start Here
Story & Craft at the MAC
Designed for children ages 3-7, Story and Craft is offered every Saturday at 11 am in the MAC's Create Space. A popular children's book is read aloud followed by a craft activity related to the story.Learn More
Homeschool students of all ages will enjoy drop-in art activities, special Campbell House activity stations, and access to the galleries. Art activities will be inspired by the exhibition themes and content.Learn More
The MAC's camps are based on the philosophy that young people benefit from hands-on learning experiences that combine an appreciation for the arts and science with respect for and understanding of the world around them.Learn More