We are currently only scheduling K–12 self-guided school visits to the museum. At present, self-guided visits are limited to 35 students and 5 chaperones per class. With San Francisco’s vaccination policy going into effect on August 20, we will be sure to make any visit to SFMOMA as safe as possible. The museum’s official health and safety guidelines can be found in our visitor toolkit and will be updated in accordance with any changes that might impact you.
We will provide updates here as we have new information to report. Be sure to check our Teacher Resources page for art projects, artist-designed activities, and discussion questions you can use with your students to explore artworks from SFMOMA’s collection, videos and animations, and more!
Questions? Please contact the School Visits office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Significant support for Education and Community Engagement at SFMOMA is provided by the Pritzker Education Fund and the Leanne B. Roberts Fund for Education.
Major support is provided by the William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation, The Hearst Foundations, and the Koret Foundation.
Generous support is provided by the Gerson Bakar Foundation, the Carlson Family Foundation, Roberta and Steve Denning, Doris Fisher, Gap Foundation, James C. Hormel and Michael P. Nguyen, Modern Art Council Endowment Fund for Education and Public Practice, The Morrison & Foerster Foundation, Deborah and Kenneth Novack, U.S. Bank, Barbara and Stephan Vermut, and Wells Fargo.
Additional support is provided by the Benzien Family Foundation, Capital Group, Wayee Chu and Ethan Beard, Stephanie and John Daines Education Fund, Docents of SFMOMA Fund for Education and Public Practice, Jenny Griffin and Colin Schmidt, Jeanne Harvey in honor of Andi Arrick, the Hearst Foundations, and Kenneth and Anna Zankel.