Support Arts Education
The Dallas Museum of Art's K-12 Arts Education Program is part of our ongoing commitment to the children and educators of our area to serve as a resource to supplement in-school arts programs that may be small or non-existent. The Museum's Education Program serves more than 75,000 North Texas schoolchildren and teachers from more than thirty-five area school districts in the classroom, at the Museum, and via the Internet by accessing the Museum's website, DMA.org.
Our education programming includes our signature Go van Gogh® program, ever popular school tours, Talented and Gifted (TAG) program for 4th to 6th grade, Teacher Workshops, Summer Seminar for Teachers, and much more. These components are designed to build a foundation for students and teachers to interpret art, both aesthetically and historically. Studies and research in the field continue to underscore that children's exposure to the arts through the Museum's programs, spanning kindergarten through the 12th grade, enlightens these young minds and inspires their imaginations.
The Museum is ready to partner with your business in continuing to bring our stimulating, thought-provoking art-based education experiences to thousands of North Texas-area schoolchildren and their teachers. For more information about giving to or sponsoring an education program at the Dallas Museum of Art, contact E. Jeff Serrano, Director of Corporate Relations, at 214-922-1360 or jserrano@DMA.org.
The Dallas Museum of Art is proud to recognize and thank the following corporations and foundations that support our K-12 Arts Education programming:
- Balfour Beatty Construction
- The Boeing Company Charitable Trust
- The Bybee Foundation
- Ecolab Foundation
- Exxon Mobil Corporation
- Fluor Corporation
- Kraft Foods, Inc.
- Lockheed Martin
- The Lupe Murchison Foundation
- The McGraw-Hill Companies
- MetLife Foundation
- Verizon Foundation
- Wachovia Foundation