Virtual School Programs

Whether you are in the classroom or distance learning, our virtual program options provide opportunities for you and your students to engage with the Dallas Museum of Art from wherever you are. Check back often to see what’s new! For questions or more information, email schoolprograms@DMA.org.

Virtual Preschool Programs

DMA virtual preschool programs bring BIG-size fun to our littlest students. Through story time, songs, games, and art making, children ages 3–6 and their teachers can explore art of every kind and exercise their own creativity. For the 2021–2022 school year, preschool programs will be offered in two formats: pre-recorded videos and/or art kits delivered to your school. Learn more about class offerings and themes here

Pre-Recorded Arturo's Preschool Request Form
Arturo's Preschool Art Kit Request Form

Virtual Go van Gogh® Workshops

Go van Gogh® brings the DMA to Pre-K through 6th grade classrooms free of charge through programs that encourage students to engage with works of art, develop and express ideas and opinions, and make personal and academic connections. All programs include art-making activities that provide opportunities for individual creative expression and are offered in English and Spanish. During the 2021–2022 school year, virtual Go van Gogh will be offered via pre-recorded videos. Learn more here and use the form below to request a program.

Pre-Recorded Go van Gogh Request Form
 

Virtual K–12 School Tours

Virtual guided tours of the Museum are free of charge. Trained volunteer docents lead engaging, age-appropriate tours for K–12 students on a variety of themes that encourage students to engage with works of art, develop and express ideas and opinions, and make personal and academic connections. Learn more here and use the forms below to request a program.

DISD 4th Grade Virtual School Tour Request Form 
Pre-Recorded Virtual School Tour Request Form

Virtual Career Day Presentations

Museums offer a wide array of exciting careers that require an equally wide range of backgrounds. Our School Programs team is committed to sharing information about diverse Museum careers with K–12 students through engaging presentations and activities that aim to generate enthusiasm for careers in the arts and expand students’ sense of the possible. To schedule a virtual career day presentation, email schoolprograms@DMA.org