The Museum offers a variety of educational programs and resources for K-12 educators and students. The following educational resources and programs are available for little or no cost to Utah educators.
You are invited to come and visit the Museum with your class. We provide guided tours, pre and post visit lesson plans, and subsidized bus transport to qualified high schools. All tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.
Our Museum's outreach educators will come to your school and provide interactive classes for students, training for teachers, and materials for classroom use.
The Springville Museum of Art has a variety of free core curriculum-based resources available for elementary and secondary educators. Our poster sets, postcard-size images, and lesson plans are specially designed by educators to help teachers incorporate the arts into their curriculum and connect students to the Museum's extensive permanent art collection.
Learn how to implement arts education in your classroom through hands-on workshops and special presentations. Evenings for Educators events happen during the school year at museums and galleries throughout the state.
An online, “open source” resource in collaboration with the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Each month during the school year we will post images from each of our collections centered around a yearly theme. You can use the images how and when you choose to enhance your classroom teaching. www.utahcollectionsconnection.org
StateWide Art Partnership
The StateWide Art Partnership (SWAP) is a group of museum and art educators from across the state. It includes representatives from the Springville Museum of Art, the BYU Museum of Art, the Utah Museum of Fine Art, and other museums. It also includes elementary and secondary art teachers from Nebo, Provo, and Alpine School District. If you are interested in joining SWAP, please contact our Teacher Program Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org