These workshops take inspiration from our exhibitions and offer an opportunity for students to explore art and have their turn at a hands-on art project that can be completed in one class period. CAM has adapted this program to virtual learning for groups that are unable to come to the museum.Learn More
CAM tours are designed as an act of discovery, engaging with the art in an open dialogue. Museum educators tailor tours to the curriculum of your class. Tours are led in person or online to suit your class needs.
These multi-part workshops pair teaching artists from our community with middle school and high school classrooms looking for deeper engagement. This program has been adapted for virtual learning when needed.
Since 2017, CAM has partnered with Vashon High School to ensure a consistent art curriculum is available for students. Resident Teaching Artists and CAM staff provide weekly art classes throughout the year, and collaborate with students to create an annual exhibition at the museum.
CAM provides regular opportunities for K–12 educators to develop their skills, network, and resources to continue their valuable work in the classroom and online across our community.
Each December, CAM hosts an Advanced Placement (AP) Portfolio Day to provide students with access to feedback and portfolio development advice from professional artists and art faculty.