Student Programs

Students using magnifying glasses to explore art

Student Programs

The Peabody Essex Museum’s student programs support classroom instruction and motivate student learning by providing opportunities to discover and explore unique works of art and culture from around the world. Interactive guided tours promote 21st-century skills and use art to create meaningful connections across time and space to your students’ own lives -- sparking curiosity, motivating students’ oral and written expression, promoting critical and creative thinking through gallery-based lessons that align with your curriculum requirements. Hands-on art-making programs focus on the creative process, exploration of art materials and self-expression.

We look forward to hosting you and your students at PEM soon!

To make a school visit reservation for your class, please click here.

To see tour options and current exhibitions please click here.


 

Student, teacher and youth programs at PEM are funded in part by:
The Calderwood Charitable Foundation, The Halfway Rock Foundation, William Randolph Hearst Foundation, W. Bradford Ingalls Charitable Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Salem Five, The Van Otterloo Family Foundation, and JPMorgan Chase Foundation.