The Cincinnati Art Museum offers a variety of programs and resources for educators to explore our collection with students. We encourage a STEM to STEAM approach as well as 21st century learning strategies in the museum and classroom. Our focus on object-based teaching is aligned with National and Ohio academic standards, enriching the study of language arts, science, math, social studies and the visual arts.
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Programs, workshops and presentations for educators to enhance their curriculum.
For schools within the Greater Cincinnati area.
View teacher guides and lesson plans that tie objects from the museum’s permanent collections to national and Ohio curriculum standards.
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s guided tours are designed to present a rich visual arts experience, increase students’ perception and analytical skills and enrich school curriculum.
MyCAM Art Hunts are digital tours that you customize. Choose from eight thematic art hunts to personalize your museum visit. Once you pick your hunt, you will be asked to pick five works that have been broken into themes. After you have made your selections, print your guide and bring it to the museum with you.
The museum offers a wide range of gallery and art-making experiences. We encourage all homeschool educators and families to utilize these resources to create robust and comprehensive lesson plans for homeschool students.
For questions regarding Teacher Programs and School Outreach, please contact:
Assistant Director of School-Based Learning
(513) 639-2974 (local) | (877) 472-4CAM (toll free)
Supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign.
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