The Small Museum of Folk Art educational curriculum seeks to engage, inform, and entertain visitors of all ages and abilities to the website and museum. The museum experience will be enhanced by first-person narratives, the ability to touch selected works, and by participation in hands-on art workshops.
Through written, verbal, and visual media, the collection of Jim Massey comes alive.
The Traveling Show: The Small Museum can make selected collection objects, creative activity instructions and supplies, and lesson plans available for travel to classrooms, community centers, homeschool groups, libraries, nursing homes, etc. Contact the Small Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org about borrowing a Traveling Show box for your group!
Museum Ambassadors: Coming soon! The Small Museum can train high school and college students to give tours and presentations on the collection to schools, community centers, homeschool groups, nursing homes, etc. We are looking to include options for Spanish instruction.
Viewing and Doing: Coming soon! The Small Museum is developing a series of hands-on creative workshops for families, children, and people of all abilities, to enhance the experience of visiting the collection. This could include:
- Special hands-on workshops led by artists in the collection
- A visit to an artist’s studio
- A storytelling festival led by collection artists, along with art activities
- Presentations on collecting folk art led by Jim Massey
Guided K-12 Tours: Contact the Small Museum at email@example.com about guided tours of the collection for your K-12 classes!
Exhibition Specific Tours: Will be listed on our Events Calendar as they are created and scheduled.