Artist-to-Go

Postponed for the 2020-2021 school year. Explore below to begin planning for 2021-2022 and reserve your spot now.


In-person school programs have been suspended for the 20-21 school year. To register for a virtual program, please explore our Tour+ programs.

Let us handle things from start to finish! This program puts an art teacher in the classroom to guide students through a standards-based, hands-on art project. We’ll bring all art supplies and the excitement!

  • $225 per class, discounts available for multiple bookings
  • The maximum group size is 35 students.
  • Each session is customized to fit your grade level needs.
  • Each student receives a free family pass, which enables students to return to the Museum with family members for free.
  • All materials are included

To join our waiting list for when in-person programs resume, please email Mallorie Marsh at mmarsh@crockerart.org.


Buggin' Out
Grades K – 2

After buggin’ out with our collection of creepy, crawly artwork, students will create art using positive and negative space. A decorative background puts the finishing touch on this fun art exploration!

Creative Spirals
Grades 3 – 4
Swirls and twirls, students will play with pattern and texture to create colorful works of art. A fun twist to learning the color wheel and elements of art.

Shape Chandeliers
Grades 5 – 6
Focusing on the life and career of infamous glass artist Dale Chihuly, students will learn his famous blown glass technique and demonstrate their understanding of his unique style. Students will have the opportunity to create their very own colorful hanging masterpiece using transparent plastic.

Tour: For America and Beyond

In this guided tour, feast on masterworks by American artists featured in "For America: Paintings From the National Academy of Design," and "Legends from Los Angeles: Betye, Lezley, and Alison Saar," in the Crocker Collection, currently on view.

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In Motion: A Panel Discussion About Dance on Film

Tapping into the connection between Rady’s exquisite forms and the imagery of dance, this interactive discussion celebrates the multimodal nature of dance on film.

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