Virtual Tour

  • 45 – 50 minutes
  • Live and online
  • Tuesday – Thursday, 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.

Art and Activism (Grades 7 – 12)
Discover how 21st century artists creatively use materials to probe personal, social, and political issues.

Special Exhibitions: (Grades 2 – 12)
Helen Hardin (January – May 2021)
Helen Hardin used repeating complex geometric forms based on the imagery she found in petroglyphs and ancient potsherds and emerged as a trailblazer for Native American women artists wishing to break from tradition.

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.

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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The Museum Store is Now Online!

Shop select exhibitions, show your Crocker pride with themed swag, or stock up on art supplies! All proceeds support the Crocker's educational programs.

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