• Photograph of a man with a beanie cap and a black apron on helping a young boy make a screenprint. Parents and children and another man in a red apron and black baseball hat look on in the background.

    Research artworks in the Museum’s collections. Watch lectures by artists and curators. Discover activities to deepen your students’ learning.

  • Photograph of three smiling young girls in red t-shirts that read "The Heart of Portland"

    Integrate the arts into your teaching across disciplines and grade levels through educator programs.

  • A group of children looking at animation models.

    The Portland Art Museum welcomes K-12 and college groups for self-guided visits. 

  • Color photo of two smiling women, one wearing an apron, making screenprints. In the backgrounds, images of Andy Warhol's Mao screenprints on a purple polka dot wall.

    The Learning and Community Partnerships Department is proud to partner with schools, individuals, and organizations locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.

  • Educator Programs are supported in part by the Lamb Baldwin Foundation, Louis and Virginia Clemente Foundation, FRAME, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Oregon Arts Commission, Oregon Community Foundation, Oregon Cultural Trust, Pamplin Foundation Endowment for the Arts, Regional Arts and Culture Council, The Reser Family Foundation, Rose E. Tucker Charitable Foundation, The Roundhouse Foundation, Silver Family Foundation, Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation of the Oregon Community Foundation, the people of Portland through the Arts and Education Access Fund, and Anonymous.