Schools & Universities

The IMA invites students and educators to use its exhibitions, collections, grounds and programs as extensions of classroom learning. No matter what the area of study, the IMA offers spectacular resources, many designed to meet Common Core and Indiana Academic Standards and available free of charge, for learning about our world and the people in it.

Whether you want to bring your students or family to the IMA in person, or you're looking for opportunities to interact with our collection through digital resources, let us support your learning experiences and make the art world a stronger, more relevant part of your world.

Pre K-12

The galleries and grounds of the IMA provide a wealth of opportunities for Pre K-12 students and educators to engage with art and nature. Expand your classroom by incorporating the IMA into your curriculum this school year.

Home Schools

The IMA offers resources and experiences that can enrich your homeschool program. Explore the variety of opportunities available to Pre-K through 12th grade homeschool educators and students.


The IMA offers a variety of after-school programs. Even when school is out of session, the IMA continues to build opportunities for young people to connect with art and unleash their creative side.

Colleges & Universities

Programs and tours for university and college faculty and students.

Educator Resources

Resources that can help you plan, prepare for and follow up to the visit.

Educators’ Professional Development

Educator events designed to nourish personal learning as well as provide strategies for use in the classroom.