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General operating support provided, in part, by the Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

La Salle University Art Museum receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.


"The intimate setting encourages my students to really spend time with works of art and interact with art. For many of my students, this was their first opportunity to see an art museum as approachable and personal."
-visiting high school teacher, spring 2007

Free, themed gallery lessons are available for school groups, grades K-12. To view the complete list of available lessons, please click here.

To view our Gallery Lesson brochure, please click here

To download our Gallery Lesson brochure as a pdf., please click here

Due to the size of our galleries and in order to ensure the quality of your Art Museum experience, we can only accommodate up to 35 students per visit. If your group is larger, please contact the Art Museum for further information. We require one chaperone for every 5 students in grades preK-5 and 1 chaperone for every ten students in grades 6-12.

For more information about our lessons and educational resources for school-aged groups or to schedule a lesson please contact:

Miranda Clark-Binder, Curator of Education

When calling to schedule a lesson, please have the following information ready:

  • Your name and School name
  • Telephone number or email address at which you can be reached
  • School address
  • Grade level of students
  • Class size
  • Special needs, if any
  • Preferred dates and times
  • Two alternate dates and times

The La Salle University Art Museum's educational programming is supported by The Brother Daniel Burke Endowment Fund and generous local funders.

Click here to view our Visitor Guidelines.