Look and learn: Haggerty Museum of Art as a classroom
The Haggerty Museum of Art is a teaching and learning resource for faculty, students, teachers, and the community at large. Our collection and exhibitions serve as a foundation for object-based learning.
As an experiential classroom, the Haggerty uses images and art objects as source material. Visual art acts as a powerful and stimulating tool for learning and compels viewers to look closely, question and interpret what they see, and consider a variety of concepts and issues in the process. In this way, the Museum provides a platform for interdisciplinary engagement with the arts while promoting visual literacy and critical thinking.
We encourage you to explore the educational activities and opportunities outlined below, where you'll find additional information and resources to help you learn by looking at art.
Teach in the galleries, develop classes with our curator for academic engagement, co-curate exhibitions, and explore connections between art and your curriculum.
Join Art Club, become an intern, and learn more about other student activities at the Museum.
Bring art to your classroom through our Art Across Curriculum school partnership program or schedule a gallery tour.
Join us for a tour or event, or explore art on your own by taking advantage of complimentary admission seven days per week.