Online Workshops and More

Integrating works of art in your teaching engages students while deepening curricular connections around expanded narratives and representation. Check back this summer for information about the fall 2021 workshop series. Hear from educators, curators, and other scholars about the MFA's collection and using digital images of works of art in your teaching.

Video Playlist for Educators

Screenshot of Zoom presentation depicting Mural Project mural, with inset of artist Rob Gibbs

Catch up on the MFA's free content for educators on our MFA Distance Learning playlist on YouTube. Find recordings of artist talks, workshops, and panel discussions relevant to your classroom.

Discounts for Teachers

K–12 teachers in a school, afterschool, or community setting in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont can receive free general admission tickets or $5 special exhibition tickets with proof of active teaching status. Please contact your teachers’ union or school for details on how to access tickets. If they do not have the information, please contact from your school e-mail address. Retired teachers and home school educators are not eligible.

Expanded teacher and student resources are supported by the Arbella Insurance Foundation.

K–12 educators, please request the membership discount online. A valid school ID, letter on institution stationery from a K–12 principal or administrator, or a valid/active MTA card may be requested. MTA members must be actively teaching; retired status is not accepted.


Arbella Insurance Foundation

Lead Sponsor

Presented with support from The Rabb/Goldberg/Cahners Fund for Teacher Resources, and the Louise O. and Robert F. Levin Fund for Innovation in Teaching. With additional support from Sharon A. Miller.