Educational Programs at the Walters Art Museum
The Walters offers a variety of engaging programs to complement the art on view for visitors of all ages. Whether you're looking for programs for adults or for kids and families, our offerings will provide you with educational, engaging, and entertaining experiences.
Explore the links between art and culture through lectures, discussions, symposia, workshops, cultural events, performances, and book signings.
Connect with other students during lively college nights, lectures, guided tours, and internship opportunities. Research your next assignment in our comprehensive library.
Discover free family festivals, drop-in art activities, preschool and toddler programs, birthday parties, scout workshops, summer camp, and much more!
Learn about community events and exhibitions, partnerships, and our collaboration with the Refugee Youth Project.
Get a teen perspective of the museum through the Walters Art Museum Teen Arts Council. Apply to the Teen Arts Council, attend a teen event, discuss art through our teen blog, or check out our 'zine!
Fieldtrips, Studio Classes, Outreach Visits and Homeschooling Programs focus on arts integration and empower students to construct meaning from interactive experiences with art!
Arts Integration and Special Exhibition Workshops, Educator Evenings, and Inservices make connections between the Walters collection and your curriculum.
Printable lesson plans and online activities align with Maryland's Voluntary State Curriculum. Integrates visual art into social studies, science, language arts, and math.