Museum tours, workshops, artist residencies, outreach programs, lectures, concerts, classroom programs, and family activities form the core of the KMA’s educational programming. The Knoxville Museum of Art reaches over 60,000 annually through museum visits, special events, concerts and other programs. In addition, thousands attend special events and community celebrations held in the museum’s beautiful public spaces.



Education is at the heart of the Hunter Museum of American Art. Learn by exploring the galleries with a friend and sharing ideas. Browse the variety of educational opportunities the Hunter Museum provides for adults, children, students, companies and more.



Programs and activities are offered to visitors of all ages, from those 18 years of age and younger to young adults to life-long learners. From adult workshops, summer art camps, lectures, gallery talks, films—whatever your age, we hope you find something new and exciting here at the Frist Center or out in the community through our many community partners!



Cheekwood's education programs add interpretive depth to its collections, exhibitions, and program areas and provide lifelong learning opportunities. Cheekwood offers an extensive schedule of artistic and horticultural programs and classes for all ages.



The Brooks Museum is the perfect place for students and teachers to both learn about and engage with art in the Mid-South. The museum offers a variety of programs to students and teachers across the region and each are designed to provide opportunities to engage in dialogue, create art that is original and self-expressive, and connect art to participants' lives.