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Happy Return from Spring Break!

Welcome back! We invite you to book your end-of-year field trip with the Nasher Museum and have your students engage with art that addresses relevant current social topics. Tours and activities are aligned to the State’s academic standards and promote arts integration across the curriculum. Visits to the Nasher are FREE, and funding is available for busing. Explore our K-12 webpage to learn more

TOP: Photo by Jade Wilson

New K-8 Tour Available!

This tour explores the theme of connections found between the artist, their story, and our lives. Using skills in English language arts, students will explore concepts of history, culture, family and even out-worldly existence. This playful and interactive tour will have a special focus on artwork created with surprising and unique materials while engaging with experiences we navigate today.

Family Day: This is Our Earth

A particularly unique Reflections tour

Sunday, April 14, 1-3 PM

Celebrate Earth Day by making your very own art using recycled materials with the Scrap Exchange! Interact with live animals as the Piedmont Wildlife Center teaches us about native wildlife. Get inspired by artists who tell their stories using unconventional materials.

Education Consultant Position

Teacher Workshop Jade Wilson

Deadline April 18, 2024 — Learn more (.pdf)

The Nasher Museum’s Education Department seeks three K-12 education consultants with teaching experience in elementary school, middle school and high school, respectively, to advise on and inform the production of materials, content, training and facilitation of tours, programs and resources. To apply: Submit updated CV and cover letter to Diana Peña, Director of Education and Public Programs.

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