Programs for adults, children, and schools
Join a tour or gallery talk for a closer look at the collection and special exhibitions, set off on a trip with fellow art lovers, learn more at lectures, and get creative in studio classes and workshops. The NBMAA offers many opportunities for adults to enrich their lives through a variety of public programs. Programming also includes films, concerts, performances, and plenty of social events. Become a Member and instantly have free or discounted access to hundreds of programs a year.
Informative lectures, live music, art studios, tours, and trips see all of the upcoming adult programs.
Studio ClassesLearn More
From weekly classes to one-day workshops for all skill levels, the NBMAA has three light-filled studios for art-making.
Social EventsLearn More
Connect with friends and celebrate others in the NBMAA community at upcoming social events.
Group ToursLearn More
Groups of 10 or more can schedule a guided tour with a Museum docent.
Spark creativity and explore the arts with afterschool programs, family days, and community events. The NBMAA’s programs for children and families cultivate learning and personal connections with art, history, and the creative process. Fun and affordable, the Museum provides an environment that is assessable to all. Scholarships for New Britain residents available.
Family & Community ProgramsLearn More
Participate in family-friendly activities and special celebrations for visitors of all ages.
Studio ClassesLearn More
Experiment with hands-on activities at art classes and summer camps for children, from infants to teens.
Birthday PartiesLearn More
Host a creative celebration at the NBMAA!
Scout ProgramsLearn More
Take a tour with your Scout troup, participate in art-making, and earn a badge!
School visits are designed to enrich curricula and engage students in dialogue and discovery as they view artworks in the galleries and create hands-on art projects in the American Savings Foundation Art & Education Center. Programs for students pre-K through college accommodate students of all abilities. Galleries and studios are universally accessible. The Museum also offers educators and administrators opportunities for professional development and classroom enrichment.
School VisitsLearn More
Select from a menu of tours and studio activities designed to meet your curricular needs.
Homeschool DaysLearn More
Register for monthly tours and studio activities for homeschoolers of all ages.
Professional DevelopmentLearn More
Select a full or half-day teacher workshop for K–12 educators and administrators from varying disciplines.
Educational ResourcesLearn More
Explore over three centuries of American art in the NBMAA’s collection by artist, genre, and/or medium with eMuseum.