Transactions and account login pages will look different starting September 3. We're debuting a new way to register for classes, reserve admission tickets, renew memberships, and more!
Register for fall classes for kids, teens, and adults.
Fall classes begin the week of September 13.
Registration is open!
Continue exploring a lifelong passion or explore a new art medium! Surround yourself with students and artists who are as enthusiastic about learning and creating as you are. Small classes ensure individual direction from teaching artists.
From classes & workshops to Private Portfolio Reviews & Scholastic Art Awards, there are endless opportunities to get involved for MAM Teens. MAM is a place to feel like you belong, while developing skills and connecting with art.
Fun, engaging learning stems from exploration of new materials and ideas. Our small classes with individual attention from instructors offer creative and supportive environments to grow and be inspired.
Registration is open! If your preferred session is full, be sure to register for the waitlist.
We're looking forward to a safe, fun, in-person camp experience this summer for kids and teens at MAM!
Opportunities to apply for scholarships are available for students grades K–12. The scholarship program is dedicated to promoting diversity and offers motivated students free tuition for one studio course during the school year, as well as exposure to arts professions.
Private, one-on-one art instruction is now available to help artists of any age achieve their individual goals.
Design a tour that fits your curriculum and your classroom. Even have art supplies delivered!
Want to visit with your club, association, friends, colleagues, or family? MAM tailors tours to fit your group. Learn with one of our docents or self-guide your way through exhibitions.
Educators earn PD credit for ALL adult programs at MAM. The museum also offers programs and resources to introduce educators to the collection and special exhibitions, and techniques for integrating the study of art into the classroom.