An Afternoon for Teachers
Sunday, July 21, 1:30–3:30 p.m.
FREE FOR TEACHERS
Join us for a new professional development program celebrating teachers and exploring the Museum’s collection, teacher resources and school and youth offerings!
- Interactive tours
- Art-making activities and strategies for incorporating art into the classroom
- Drawing in the galleries
- Curriculum guides, lesson plans and giveaways
- Special discounts in the Museum Store and Café
All activities are interdisciplinary and standards aligned.
About the Museum
The Norton Simon Museum is home to an exceptional collection of European paintings and sculptures spanning the early Renaissance to the 20th century, art from South and Southeast Asia spanning more than 2,000 years, and American art from the 20th century. The breadth and quality of the collection make the Museum an ideal destination for students—whether they’re embarking on their first experience with art or preparing for an AP test.
This event is free for teachers with a valid I.D. plus one guest.
Admission is always free for students with I.D. and children age 18 and younger.
Limited, free parking is available at the Museum. Ridesharing or public transportation is encouraged. Details can be found here.
Questions? Contact [email protected].
Additional resources for teachers: