Teaching Resources

There are many different ways that educators can get more involved with the ICA:


  • eNews
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  • Audio Commentaries
    Bring the voice of the artist, curator and educator into your classroom through the ICA’s Audio Commentaries.
  • Show and Tell!
    Post images of your students’ work (in any discipline) on the ICA’s Flickr account! Let other educators see what your students created in response to ICA exhibitions and/or architecture.

At the Museum

  • Visit
    Plan your next guided or self-guided class trip to the ICA!
  • Advocacy
    The ICA Educator Advisory Group and RYMAEC Advisory Committee help shape the museum’s programs and resources for teachers. The Educator Advisory Group meets 3-4 times throughout the school year with ICA educators. If you, too, would like to share your expertise with the ICA, learn about upcoming exhibitions, and develop ideas that will help your colleagues in the classroom, drop us a note expressing your interest at

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