Explore digital materials from the Museum’s AVA, including the Robert McCall, Sara Wallach and Frances O’Brien Collections.
Art Sprouts encourages art-based play and creativity with children and adults of all ages. Art Sprouts Home Edition models various types of art-making activities that care-givers and young children can experiment with in the safety and comfort of their homes and backyards.
Using work from the UAMA permanent collection, art/write is a free online program for teachers. Here you will discover a variety of lesson plans that can be used to inspire writing with high school aged students. Using artwork as a starting point, students will develop skills in careful observation, critical thinking, analysis of ideas and events, and creative thinking.
Experience a multitude of cultures and eras, from the Renaissance to the contemporary, by searching the Museum’s world-class permanent collection online and exploring virtual exhibits.
UAMA educators and interns are rolling out virtual articles highlighting artworks and artists from the UAMA collection. Check out the first one featuring Mexican artist José Guadalupe Posada
Choose your own public art adventure with our Abbreviated or Extensive Self-Guided Tours, and our Public Art Triathlon Activity!
In celebration of the 400th anniversary of the birth of the Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), UAMA is pleased to highlight the artist’s etchings in the Museum’s permanent collections.
The Altarpiece (Retablo) of Ciudad Rodrigo is a jewel of the UAMA collection and one of the most important works produced in 15th-century Spain. Here you can compare the Retablo paintings to the underdrawings online before your visit to the UAMA.
Browse the Samuel H. Kress Collection before your visit to UAMA. Spanning the 14th-19th centuries, these 64 works of art are kept on permanent display.
Whether used at home or in the classroom, these See, Think, Wonder Worksheets and Citizenship Packets help budding enthusiasts engage more meaningfully with art. Custom educational materials may be created upon request and as capacity allows.
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