Teacher Workshops provide opportunities to spend time with works of art, connect with other educators, and discover what is new at the Museum. Sign up to receive information about programs and resources for students and teachers in our quarterly Educator Newsletter. Click here to sign up and check the "Information for Teachers" box.
Dallas Museum of Art programs for teachers are accredited by the State Board for Educator Certification and may be taken for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours, unless otherwise noted.
Museum Forum for Teachers
An immersive summer program for educators presented by The Warehouse, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and Kimbell Art Museum
Participating middle and high school teachers in all disciplines are invited to:
- Participate in group discussions and creative activities designed to deepen understanding of contemporary and modern art and architecture
- Develop strategies to teach, interpret, and use works of art
- Connect with thematic explorations of collections, resources, and staff from each museum
- Exchange ideas with other classroom teachers
Applications for the 2022 cohort are now closed.
The Dallas Museum of Art Education Department offers in-service training for K–12 teachers. In-services typically offer an overview of teaching resources offered by the DMA, gallery visits, and hands-on activities. These can be scheduled throughout the academic year, and must be scheduled at least one month in advance to allow for planning.
For groups of 20 or fewer, the cost is a flat fee of $100. For groups of 21 or more, the cost is a flat fee of $150. For more information, or to schedule an in-service, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-922-1842.
Request a free educational poster for your classroom highlighting Henry Ossawa Tanner, an important Black American artist working at the turn of the 20th century. The poster features a full-color reproduction of the artist's painting The Thankful Poor, and includes information on Tanner, teaching ideas, and behind-the-scenes information on the treatment of the work at the DMA's Conservation Studio in Spanish and English. Please use the form below to request your poster.
Image: Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Thankful Poor, 1894. Oil on canvas. ArtBridges.
Go behind the scenes to learn how art conservators mix science and art together to care for art. This is STEAM at work! Take a tour of the DMA's Conservation Studio, meet a conservator, and learn all about the tools of the trade in this FREE video resource for students and teachers. Watch a clip below, and then click the link below to request the full video.
Behind the Scenes
Read Uncrated, the DMA's blog, for a behind-the-scenes look into life at the Museum.
Sign up for our monthly Educator Newsletter to receive information about programs and resources for students and teachers. Click here to sign up and check the "Information for Teachers" box.