Connect your students to the world through art

The DIA is more than a museum. For students and educators, we serve as a critical resource to build connections between the world’s history and today’s educational outcomes, allowing each of your students to find personal meaning in the artwork they experience, either in the museum or in your classroom. We look forward to working with you to discover new ways to use our collection to help your students connect themselves to our past and our future.


The endowment of the Vice President of Learning and Audience Engagement position has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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