Schools

School programs reflect the Museum’s deep commitment to schools and youth-focused organizations in Harlem and across New York City. The Studio Museum builds tailored partnerships with schools and community organizations through open dialogue with practicing artists, inquiry-based discussions around works of art in the permanent collection, and hands-on art-making projects. School Programs are designed to complement curricula, educate students about artists of African descent, and challenge them to think critically and creatively about their communities.

School Partnerships

The Studio Museum in Harlem creates in-depth, multi-session partnerships in collaboration with Pre-K-12 schools, and community organizations throughout Harlem and New York City. The Museum builds...

Artist Visits

In addition to our multi-session school partnerships, the Studio Museum offers the opportunity to invite an artist into your classroom for a one-time visit. Artist visits engage students in...

Educational Resources

Educational Resources

Lesson plans and educator guides, free and available for download, provide information about and activities inspired by artists and objects from the Museum's permanent collection.

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School Partnerships

The Studio Museum in Harlem creates in-depth, multi-session partnerships in collaboration with Pre-K-12 schools, and community organizations throughout Harlem and New York City. The Museum builds...

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Artist Visits

In addition to our multi-session school partnerships, the Studio Museum offers the opportunity to invite an artist into your classroom for a one-time visit. Artist visits engage students in...

Educational Resources

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Educational Resources

Lesson plans and educator guides, free and available for download, provide information about and activities inspired by artists and objects from the Museum's permanent collection.

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