Weinberg/Newton Gallery is committed to offering a wide range of learning opportunities for students, teens, teachers, adults, and families to engage more deeply with art, activism, and social justice issues.
We strive to create a safe, inclusive environment for you to bring your own knowledge, experiences and ideas to explore art and social justice issues while learning from each other. We aim to show how art is relevant to life, encourage critical and creative thinking, and inspire you to become agents of social change. We welcome people from all skill levels and disciplines to join us in pursuing these goals.
For inquiries or to schedule your visit contact Lisa Lindvay, Education Coordinator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer FREE guided exhibition tours and hands on art making experiences designed to complement the current exhibition on view. In the gallery students will go on an interactive tour that promotes inquiry, critical thinking, dialogue, and closer looking. In the program space students will experiment with materials to create their own work of art inspired by the themes explored in the exhibition.
Guided tour and workshop last approximately two hours (includes introduction to space, tour, and art making activity) and are by appointment only.
Please note workshops are designed for a maximum of 25 students. If required, we will happily work with you to accommodate a larger group.