The Museum offers a range of programs for community groups of all kinds. Nonprofit organizations that work with underserved communities may request outreach programs at no cost.
An underserved community is one in which individuals lack basic access to arts programs due to factors such as geography, economic conditions, ethnic background, or disability.
Three weeks’ notice is required to book an outreach program.
Our specially trained teams of professional gallery teachers and museum guides lead custom tours and gallery-based workshops for your group at the Museum. Visit the Museum in a single session or pair your Museum visit with a program either before or after at your community’s site. Groups are also eligible to visit the Museum multiple times through special partnerships. Inquire when booking.
Adults: $14 per person
Seniors: $12 per person
College Students with Professor: Free
Youth 17 and Under: Free, must be accompanied by 1 adult chaperone per 10 students.
For adult and college audiences, the Museum offers a range of lectures that can be conducted at your facility. Led by our team of professional adult guides, topics include Abstract Expressionism, Clyfford Still, the Clyfford Still Museum architecture, and special exhibitions.
$100 fee for 45 minute off-site lecture for 10-75 participants
The Museum offers a variety of simple workshops to deepen engagement with art and ideas in the Museum's collection. Workshops last about an hour, are tailored to group needs, and led by our professional team of gallery teachers at your location.
$100 fee for off-site visit; $50 materials fee per 25 participants
We request three weeks notice to book outreach activities. Please complete the form below and we will contact you to plan your experience.