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Introducing Our New Education Center and Art Gallery

Where everyone’s an artist

A brand-new gallery for family-friendly installations. Three state-of-the-art studios for creative expression and collaboration. The newly renovated Toby Devan Lewis Education Center is now open to the public, allowing us to better serve the more than 50,000 of you who join us for arts education each year. Read all about it

Plus, find out more about Artland: An Installation by Do Ho Suh and Children, the inaugural show in our new Norman M. Feinberg Gallery, featuring a fantastical ecosystem dreamed up by artist Do Ho Suh and his young daughters. Explore our refreshed and renamed programs, classes, camps, and other offerings for creators of all kinds below. No matter your age or ability, you can make art that inspires at the Brooklyn Museum. 

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A young girl making art at the Brooklyn Museum

Explore, make, and enjoy art with these programs and resources for young people and families.

Join our community of teen artists, apprentices, and interns, and make a difference by engaging with the arts.

We have exciting year-round programs and other opportunities for adults with diverse interests, schedules, needs, and learning styles. There’s something for everyone.

Visitors engaged in special activity

Experience our collections and exhibitions with inclusive, welcoming programs, and explore our amenities and resources.

Kids holding masks they've made

Explore on your own with your class, or reserve a guided visit packed with Common Core skill-building. K–12 teachers use our collections and exhibitions to integrate visual arts and object-based learning into the classroom.

A child painting in an art class

Fun and appealing art courses for families, children, teens, and adults.

Participate in great camps during summer, winter, and more!

Leadership support for education at the Brooklyn Museum is provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Jonathan D. and Mark C. Lewis Foundation, and Holly Peterson.

Major support is provided by the Arts and Letters Foundation; E.A. Michelson Philanthropy; the Henry and Lucy Moses Fund, Inc.; and Sue Hostetler Wrigley and Beau Wrigley.

Generous support is provided by Ameriprise Financial; the Constans Culver Foundation; the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation; Epstein Teicher Philanthropies; the Keith Haring Foundation; the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust; National Grid; and Betsy Witten.

Additional support is provided by the Laurence W. Levine Foundation, the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, Joanna Pozen and Anna Brenner, and the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.

The renovation of the Toby Devan Lewis Education Center was made possible by generous support from the Mayor’s Office of New York City, the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office, and the New York City Council. Special thanks to Barbara M. Vogelstein for her leadership and commitment as Chairman of the Board of Trustees.

Leadership support was provided by Toby Devan Lewis.

Major support was provided by Regina Aldisert and Arline and Norman Feinberg.

Additional support was provided by Sarah Arison and Thomas Wilhelm, Bank of America, Deenie and Frank Brosens, Michi and Charles Jigarjian, Marley Blue Lewis and Yevgeny Vilensky, Barbara and Richard W. Moore, and Barbara and John Vogelstein.

Above: The Toby Devan Lewis Education Center at the Brooklyn Museum, January 2024. (Photo: Alexander Severin)