- 45 – 50 minutes
- Live and online
- Monday – Wednesday, 10 & 11 AM
- Reservations must be made four weeks in advance
- $30 per class, free to Title 1 schools
- Hosted by a staff member, the tour includes a discussion of a selection of art around a central theme. Members of the Museum staff and docent team will discuss these artworks and guide students through a dialogue.
Take Art Apart (Grades 2 – 8)
Learn the elements of art through focused observation, questioning, and group discussion of 2-D and 3-D works of art.
California Landscape (Grades 2 – 8)
Build an understanding of California and its history through artwork from the past and present.
Photography (Grades 2 – 12)
A wonderful medium for the virtual tour format, students will explore the Crocker’s photography collection, which is international in scope and diverse in subject matter.
Art and Activism (Grades 7 – 12)
Discover how 21st century artists creatively use materials to probe personal, social, and political issues.
Monet to Matisse (October 2021 – January 2022)
The first exhibition focused on French Impressionism to come to the Crocker Art Museum, Monet to Matisse: Masterworks of French Impressionism from the Dixon Gallery and Gardens provides a panorama of one of the most revolutionary movements in 19th-century art.
The Candy Store (January 2022 – May 2022)
Held on the occasion of what would be the 60th anniversary of the gallery’s founding, this exhibition is the largest to date on the Candy Store and, as the trailblazing McHugh liked to say, celebrates art with a “kick.”
Interested in learning more?
Interested in learning more? Explore our online curriculum enrichment guides for lesson plans and images to prepare students for their visit.