MAG @ Home

Your resource for inspiration and right brain illumination


We miss you! But, you can stay connected to us in other ways.

Do you already follow us on social media? Join us on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter for the latest and greatest about MAG. You can also check out our feed here.

Take a virtual Tour of Chitra Ganesh: “Sultana’s Dream”. This will open in Facebook and will offer a series of video tours in the exhibitions space offered by Nancy Norwood.

Stay inspired

Browse our online resources for lesson plans (here’s one on Frederick Douglass) and a link to explore our amazing permanent collection. Or, explore MAG with MAGexplore.


Here are links to Art Alive lesson plans (here is one on The Fable of the Fox and the Heron) and our iBooks. Interested in MAG AND Rochester history? Here is a link to our timelines.

Ask an Educator

We are here for you! Please contact MAG educator Carol Yost via email if you have questions on any of our educational resources.

For the young at heart

Bronze - I - Spy

Visit our Sculpture Park and bring along this Scavenger Hunt. Can you find all 17 of the little Bronzes?

Coloring pages from Heather Swenson

Or download our coloring pages.
Shown above is work by Heather Swenson. Download “Plastic Cat” here.
This links to a MAG Coloring Page by Melissa, Boomtown Creative, and one from Shawn Dunwoody.

Additional Resources

  • Links to videos
  • Kids craft projects
  • MAG’s art collection
  • MAG and Rochester history