The Walters Art Museum

Video Conferences
Ideal for Middle and High School Students

No fancy equipment required, just connect to the internet to discover centuries-old artifacts and the stories they reveal about Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. A museum educator will guide you through an interactive tour of the galleries while you share your comments and questions. Videoconferences last 30-45 minutes (depending upon topic and class time) and are ideal for middle and high school students.

Ancient Egyptian People

Ancient Egypt

Analyze artifacts to discover their economic, social and religious functions in ancient Egyptian culture.

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Roman Marble Statue

Greece and Rome

Learn how social factors impacted the artworks in ancient Greece and Rome.

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ancient model boat

Ancient World

Compare and contrast artworks and describe how they reflect the customs of ancient societies.

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Before you Begin...

Review the available tour themes.

Please note: scheduling of video conferences is best on Mondays and Tuesdays when the museum is closed. Though afternoon sessions are preferred, some morning times may be available.

Requests for video conferences must be made six weeks in advance of the preferred date. Though we will do our best to accommodate your request, your visit is not confirmed until you receive written confirmation from a member of the Education Department.