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Interact with our art

Explore resources for pre-K–12 students, teachers, and researchers.

your class

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Lesson Plans & Tools
Explore lesson plans and other pre-K–12 classroom materials about the museum’s collection and exhibitions online.
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Teacher Programs
Connect with other pre-K–12 teachers at our professional development workshops, designed for educators of all subjects and levels.
Learn about teacher workshops
View teacher events

Places to study

Interior view of the museum library
Closed until further notice
Perelman Building, 2nd floor .
People examining a print in the study room
Study Rooms
Closed until further notice
Perelman Building, 1st & 2nd floors
Researchers in the museum archives
Closed until further notice
Perelman Building, 2nd floor
Three teachers reviewing a teaching poster together in the Wachovia Education Resource Center
Wachovia Education Resource Center
Closed until further notice
Perelman Building, 2nd floor

Expand your knowledge

Image of The Art of China publication
Get to know our collections and exhibitions by browsing our latest catalogues and handbooks.
Curator giving a talk in the galleries
Hear from folks in the know.
Conservator looking at an artwork through a microscope
Art Conservation
Read about our Conservation Department’s efforts to preserve the collection for future art lovers.
Detail of The Annunciation, 1898, by Henry Ossawa Tanner, W1899-1-1
Center for American Art
Explore grants, fellowships, and research resources available for the study of American art.

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Educator Discount
Educators, save $30 on a museum membership and get free admission and other perks. Join in person at the museum or call 215-684-7840. Full-time K–12 teacher or college faculty ID required.
Museum interns on a tour of the galleries
College Internships
Are you an undergraduate or graduate student looking to gain experience at a major museum? Learn about our Museum Studies Internship Program.
Detail of Sunflowers, 1889, by Vincent van Gogh, 1963-116-19
Search Our Collection
Looking for a specific artwork in our collection? Search nearly 150,000 objects in our online database.