The Stark Museum of Art provides educational resources for the general public and for students, teachers, and researchers. To increase enjoyment and appreciation of the arts, the Museum uses the collections and exhibitions for object-based learning experiences.
The Stark Museum of Art offers a number of badge and patch programs for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. During these programs, scouts will either earn or complete the majority of requirements for badges. Learn more…
Picture your class at the STARK Art & History Venues this year and discover the power of meaningful museum experiences! Learn more…
The Stark Museum of Art offers guided tours for groups of 10 – 72 adults. A docent will lead your group through each gallery and offer a brief overview of the major collections as well as insight into key works of art. Tours need to be scheduled in advance. They can be requested by completing our online registration form or by calling the museum at 409.886.2787. Group Tours are $5 per person at the Stark Museum.
The Stark Museum of Art offers workshops to provide professional development for teachers of multiple disciplines. Learn more…
For The Family
The Stark Museum of Art encourages children to develop an appreciation and understanding of the arts through interactive activities. The activities also foster communication about the works on display and promote an educational and engaging experience that appeals to children and adults alike.
- Tips for Family Visits to the SMA
- Please refer to our Privacy Statement for Children
- Draw a Portrait Children’s Activity
Summer Art Quest
The Stark Museum of Art offer art classes for children to develop an appreciation of the arts through educational activities. Learn more…
The Stark Museum of Art has a research library for scholars seeking insight into the art of the American West, natural history, and early botanicals. Learn more…