Tours and Community Groups – Clyfford Still Museum

Tours and Community Groups

Group of people participate in a tour at the Clyfford Still Museum

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All in person tours, group visits, and programs are suspended until further notice.

For information on current ticketing and visitor policies, click here.

Virtual tours and programs are available! Custom virtual tours, lectures, workshops and interactive programs are facilitated by our specially trained team of museum educators. We would love to work with you on designing a program that meets the needs and interests of your group.

Nonprofit organizations that work with underserved communities may request 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. College classrooms visiting with a professor also qualify.

Public Virtual Tours

Check our Public Programs Calendar for live, thematic virtual tours. These tours have no cost and require advanced registration. Watch past virtual tours and other programming anytime on CSM’s YouTube channel!

Private Virtual Tours

For adult and college audiences, the Museum offers a range of tours that can be conducted virtually. Led by members of our education team, tours can focus on a variety of topics including the art and life of Clyfford Still, the story of the Clyfford Still Museum, the museum’s architecture and special exhibitions. The average duration of a tour is 45-60 minutes. Nonprofit organizations that work with underserved communities may request programs at no cost. To see what this could look like, check out the virtual Curatorial Highlights tour led by our Associate Curator Bailey Placzek.

Rates:

  • $100 fee for a 45 minute, educator-led virtual tour.
  • $300 fee for a 45 minute, curator-led virtual tour.
  • $500 fee for a 45 minute, CSM director-led virtual tour.

Virtual Lecture

For adult and college audiences, the Museum offers a range of lectures that can be conducted virtually. Led by members of our Education team, topics could include Abstract Expressionism, Clyfford Still, the Clyfford Still Museum architecture, and special exhibitions. Non Profit organizations that work with underserved communities may request programs at no cost.

$100 fee for a 45 minute, educator-led virtual lecture.

Community Groups

The Museum offers a range of programs for community groups. Our specially trained teams of professional gallery teachers and guides lead custom tours and gallery-based workshops for groups at the Museum. Visit the Museum once or pair your Museum visit with a program. Groups are also eligible to visit the Museum multiple times through special partnerships. Inquire when booking.

School Visits

For information about class trips, please see our School Visits / inStill page.

Book a Program

We request three weeks notice to book a virtual program. Please complete the form below and we will contact you to plan your experience.

Virtual Program Request

Thank you for your interest in scheduling a virtual program with the Clyfford Still Museum! Virtual programs are facilitated by members of our specially trained Education team. We request at least three weeks notice to book a virtual program. Capacity for group size varies depending on the program. Please complete the form below and we will contact you to plan your experience. Virtual experiences start with a base fee of $100 for private groups. Nonprofit organizations who work with underserved communities and college classes may request programs at no cost.
  • Please note, your form has not been submitted until you see a red box at the top of the page that says “Virtual Program Request Received.”
  • Group Information

  • (Qualifying groups include college classrooms and organizations who serve individuals who lack basic access to arts programs due to factors such as geography, economic conditions, ethnic background, or disability.)
    Sharing this information will help our staff plan for any accommodations to ensure that all participants in your group have a great experience. Information about participants in your group:
  • Scheduling

    Please list three different dates and times, in order of preference. All programs pending staff availability and require three weeks notice to schedule.
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  • A Museum representative will be in touch to plan your program with you. Program requests are processed in the order they are received. Thank you!
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