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Museum To Go Program

Bring the Museum Inside Your Classroom 2023/2024

All 4th, 5th and 6th Grade teachers: Looking to strengthen cross-curricular connections in the classroom? Museum To Go has you covered! Sign up for 3 FREE, interactive visual arts experiences that will ignite students' imaginations and encourage self-reflection. When Stark County teachers partner with Canton Museum of Art's teaching artists, it's like building a multidisciplinary learning lab in your classroom. Each Museum To Go classroom visit includes a virtual exhibit tour, an interactive lesson, and a curriculum based hands-on art experience focused on social-emotional learning. Museum To Go is registering the first 100 Stark County classrooms now! Please see details below.

This program is funded in part with grants from:

2023-2024 Museum To Go Registration


Check out our virtual tours by clicking on an exhibit title in the rotation below.  Each exhibit has unique resources, including lesson plans, which are available for download upon selecting a tour.  Click and drag through the gallery at your own pace.  Use the arrows for different views inside our galleries.  The blue images throughout the gallery provide additional information about Canton Museum of Art's permanent collection.

Additional online lessons are available for many of our past exhibits on our From Home Page under "Museum To Go: Take Out!"

Click below to learn more about pairing a virtual tour with one of our 2022-2023 Museum To Go lessons:

Lesson One:  Collection Gems Exhibit - Immigrant Artists Lesson Plan

Lesson Two:  Color Wonder Exhibit - Op Art Illusions Lesson Plan

Lesson Three:  Asian Voices Exhibit - Figure Sculpture Lesson Plan





  • The program is FREE and open to all Stark County 4th, 5th, and 6th grade educators!

  • Placements for up to 100 classrooms on a first come first serve basis.

  • Each of the 3 lessons will connect works from CMA to curriculum from various subject areas aligned with Ohio’s 4th-6th grade and Social and Emotional Learning Standards.

  •  All works in the CMA Permanent Collection Exhibitions can be enjoyed online even after your MTG lesson! 


  • Spark creativity and critical thinking in students through unique exploration of art in the classroom.

  • Gain access to lesson plans and CMA resources online to prepare for a MTG visit and to reinforce subject matter after the visit.

  • Appreciate the flexibility of scheduling in-class visits year round.

  • Explore CMA Permanent Collection Exhibitions through a virtual tourwhich allows them to experience artwork in a museum setting.

  • Connect artwork with themes relating to social-emotional development and cross-curricular learning.

  • Engage in experimental, hands-on activities promoting learning, creativity, and personal growth.

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