Urgent Museum Notice

Education Partnerships & Outreach

Black and white photograph of a primary school classroom in 1948. Light-skinned children sit at dark wood desks attending to books and papers or looking directly into the camera. At the center, the young teacher assists a girl with her lesson.
Museum educators welcome opportunities to develop meaningful, specially tailored partnerships with individual schools and teachers, school districts, and youth organizations.
Photo credit: Jon Berg, Brent Elementary School

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Thank you for providing my instructors with information and context for 20 women artists that they can now use as inspiration for their collective 500+ camps and classes each year. Bravo!”
Town of Cary, North Carolina, Visual Arts Education Specialist
Photo credit: Adrienne Gayoso, NMWA
Photo credit: Mara Kurlandsky, NMWA

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The [AHFES] tour and lesson gave lots of room for students to voice what they saw in artworks, make connections, and ask questions. The design of tour material places high value on kids’ thoughts and opinions…[and] was culturally relevant to my group, as well. SEL (Social Emotional Learning) skills were reinforced by creating a situation where discussion does not focus on right or wrong answers but on impressions, inferences, and questioning.”
4th-grade teacher, Ketcham Elementary School
Wearing a bright yellow apron-style dress with strawberries and lace-trim details, an expressionless young woman with medium-dark skin tone rendered in grayscale stares out with her hands in her dress pockets. Her head is cocked to one side against an intensely pink-colored background.
Amy Sherald, They call me Redbone but I’d rather be Strawberry Shortcake, 2009; Oil on canvas, 54 x 43 in.; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Gift of Steven Scott, Baltimore, in honor of the artist and the 25th Anniversary of NMWA; © Amy Sherald; Photo by Lee Stalsworth