The Maier Museum of Art
at Randolph College


Education for the Randolph College and surrounding communities is a core mission of the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. We are dedicated to providing the opportunity for community members to study and learn from their direct experience with works of art. Educational programming such as tours, workshops, lectures, and family programs, offer exciting opportunities for all types of audiences.

Schedule a Tour >

Tours available for PK-12 students, homeschools, youth groups, and adult groups such as social or service clubs.


Family workshop participants learn about artwork in the exhibition Threatening Beauty

Educator Resources: PK to 12 >

Explore the on-line catalog of works of art and review school tour materials.


A Randolph College student studies in the Museum

Randolph College Resources >

Explore resources and opportunities for Randolph College students and faculty.


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Journal of Ekphrastic Poetry >

Original poetry and prose inspired by works of art in the permanent collection created by youth and adults.


Arts Fusion participants

Arts Fusion >

A program for adults with early stages dementia and their caregivers.


Randolph College students at Love at the Maier

Events, Lectures, and Other Programs >

Calendar of current public programs and events open to the community.


Workshops >

Monthly workshops for children ages 5-12 (with an adult), high school workshops, and more.


Got questions? We’ve got answers!


Curator of Education
Laura McManus
(434) 947-8136, ext. 5