Education at the Hofstra University Museum
FOR TEACHERS & SCHOOLS K-12
The Hofstra University Museum is committed to making the study of works of art and artifacts a part of each student’s educational experience. School tours and programs related to exhibitions and the Outdoor Sculpture Collection are designed to help students and teachers connect works of art to both their school curriculum and their life experiences. Each year the Hofstra University Museum serves the public and private schools of the Long Island region with engaging and meaningful explorations of authentic objects and art. Please click on one of the options below for more information.
|Planning Your Class Visit to the Museum|
|JPMorgan Chase Art Travelers through Time: Literacy and History through the Arts|
|Professional Development for Educators|
Family Fun Programs
There are a number of activities at the Museum geared towards children and their families. Please click here to see all the current available activities available.
Sketching in the Galleries
Join us in Emily Lowe Gallery during Common Hour (11:15 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.) on Wednesdays, as the exhibitions on view at are sure to inspire you to create your own works of art! Sketch materials provided. No registration required.