Art Teachers

We recognize that you play an integral role in your students' art school search process, so we welcome the opportunity to cultivate a collaborative relationship with you. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns that you may have as you help your students navigate through the college admissions process.

Teachers Summer Institute

Designed for elementary and secondary school teachers, the Teachers Summer Institute at Moore is a professional development program that offers teachers college credit, and enriches and nourishes your teaching and practice of the performing and visual arts through an intensive curriculum and unique residential experience. Learn more


Graduate Studies at Moore's MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations offers two symposiums a year for teachers.  Teachers who attend are eligible to receive ACT 48 CREDITS for their participation.  Art Education Symposiums

Prepare your students

Come Visit

We encourage all high school art teachers to come visit our campus. You are welcome to go on a Student Ambassador guided tour, visit classes in session, speak to faculty, and have lunch with admissions staff. Please contact us to make arrangements.


The Post-Baccalaureate program in Art Education is designed for individuals who have an undergraduate degree. The program offers opportunities to launch an exciting new career as an art teacher. Course requirements include proven teaching and learning practices in contemporary Art Education. Admission is based on college transcripts and portfolio review. 

Graduate Studies

Moore’s unique graduate programs, MFA in Studio Art, MFA in Interior Design, and MA in Art Education, prepare motivated men and women with the skills, knowledge and resources to become professional artists, designers and teachers. All three programs recognize the critical value of professional exposure and require a field practicum, internship or international studio residency. These programs emphasize critical thinking, innovation and the synthesis of theory and practice. Self-directed research and rigorous inquiry are key components.

Teachers’ Night Out at The Galleries

When you get a group of teachers together, you’re not just giving them a chance to talk, you’re giving them a place to make things happen!

Join us this fall for Teachers’ Night Out, an opportunity for educators to collectively explore, create and discuss ideas for teaching with contemporary art and making learning relevant and accessible for all students. It’s a great way to kick off the school year, meet colleagues and get resources for your classroom.

Teachers’ Night Out includes:

  • A guided exhibition tour led by the, Outreach and Public Programs Coordinator
  • Group chat and activities over wine and appetizers
  • FREE Lesson plans + PowerPoints
  • An introduction to The Galleries’ new online and in-school initiatives

All teachers who attend Teacher’s Night Out will receive ACT 48 CREDITS