Virtual Resources for Educators


At Cameron Art Museum, we believe that arts are essential in developing critical thinking skills, learning how to communicate, appreciating different cultures, understanding history, and celebrating our shared humanity. We know that arts integration is an effective way to teach core curriculum that bridges the achievement gap.


Guided by this belief, we have created a School Program Guide highlighting our virtual resources for education. This guide includes virtual tour offerings, class offerings, and free educational resources. We have also created two booklets of lesson plans that are perfect for in the classroom or at home and include an art history lesson, an art project, and connections to core curriculum.





Upcoming Events


Educators Night

Thursday, December 3, 2020, 4-7 PM

Pre-registration required for hour time slots


Spend a fun and relaxing evening at CAM with free admission during an exclusive event for educators and view our new exhibitions She Persists, The Eye Learns: Modernist Prints from the Louis Belden Collection, Blackronyms, The Face Of Lincoln, and Illumination. Docents in the galleries will answer your questions and provide information about the exhibitions. Our Educators Night will provide information and materials about tours, workshops, and other free resources for area educators. All educators and administrators - from Pre-K to College - welcome and encouraged to attend and explore fun ways to bring art into your classroom and spark creativity in your students.


Pre-registration is required for time frames: 4-5 PM, 5-6 PM, 6-7 PM, to guarantee appropriate capacity. Social Distancing and masks required while inside the museum. Feel free to bring a plus one! Music in CAM Café Courtyard







Please reach out to us for more information by calling September Krueger at (910) 395-5999 or emailing lifelonglearning@cameronartmuseum.org or education@cameronartmuseum.org


We promote visual literacy by using Visual Thinking Strategies methodology, helping students develop the ability to look closely in making inferences about the meaning of works of art. Your students will build skills and connect with standards. CAM's Pre-K through 12 experiences support North Carolina's Standard Course of Study on one or more of the following core curricula: Arts Education, English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics.