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SFMOMA offers a variety of professional enrichment programs to help teachers expand their knowledge of art history. Special workshops and teacher institutes provide training on how to use the museum's resources, while our teaching aids make it easy to bring art into the classroom. Bay Area teachers can also borrow materials from the Education Department to supplement class curricula; view a list of available materials.
SFMOMA is on the go through early 2016, presenting new art experiences around the Bay Area as we prepare for our expansion. We'll continue to offer special programs and events for educators while our building is transformed.
For more information or to request a copy of SFMOMA's school and teacher programs brochure, please contact the Teacher Programs and Resources Office at 415.247.6710 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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These professional development workshops are designed for high school teachers, but educators of all levels are welcome to attend. Workshops focus on incorporating modern and contemporary art into the classroom curriculum and include a private gallery tour, hands-on activities, and an education packet.
To register for a specific teacher workshop or institute, please consult the list of upcoming events below. Some events require registration. For more information, call the Teacher Programs and Resources Office at 415.247.6710.