For Educators

detail of Mosaic Floor Panel with Head of Tethys, 3rd century, AntiochResources for Educators

New eBooks for Classroom Use

In February 2015, MAG published its second eBook, Ancient Greece: Exploring Ancient Artifacts with Alex the Archaeologist, joining its first eBook on Ancient Egypt. Both are available free from the iTunes Store. learn more

Expanded Learning

Andrew Cappetta, the Memorial Art Gallery’s assistant curator of academic programs, talks about Kehinde Wiley’s After Memling’s Portrait of a Man with a Letter (bottom). A partnership between the Memorial Art Gallery and the College’s Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program brings freshman writing classes to the museum for discussions about art. (University photo/ J. Adam Fenster) Read more

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Online lesson plans and interactive websites for classroom use.^Top

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materials available for borrowing from the Teacher Resource CenterMaterials to Borrow
Visit the Gallery’s Charlotte Whitney Allen Library & Teacher Resource Center for materials to borrow & use in the classroom. We’re located on the 3rd floor of historic Cutler Union. Visit during Library/TRC Open Hours or by appointment, 276.8999.


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Subscribe to a podcast of all our audio files using your feed reader, browser (Firefox, Opera, Safari, or IE 7 or later) or iTunes. Our podcasts include exhibition audio tours, the Director’s Tour, and performances on the Italian Baroque Organ.Watch videos of artists & students in the Gallery’s Creative Workshop.


Assistant Curator of Education Carol YostAsk an Educator
Consult with Carol Yost about using art in the classroom and to plan customized tours. Email or call Carol at 585.276.8973.Consult with Library staff on resources available in the Charlotte Whitney Allen Library & Teacher Resource Center. Call 585.276.8999 or email