All on-site programs and activities, including guided and self-guided group visits, are suspended until further notice in order to facilitate physical distancing and a safe on-site experience within the ICA. Learn more about updated health and safety protocol.
While our weekly public tours are suspended, download our Self-Guided Tour: Artist as Storyteller that includes questions to encourage closer looking, critical thinking, and conversation about select works on view.
To support physical distancing, a limited number of visitors will be admitted per hour. Advance timed tickets are required to allow for contactless entry.
Planning to visit as a class? Small groups of 8 or less are permitted, but each student and faculty member must fill out the ticket request form individually (1 form per person).
Virtual Visits for K-12 Groups
After a successful pilot phase with select K-12 schools and community groups, the ICA will be publicly launching Virtual Visit offerings for K-12 groups in October 2020. These live, real-time online “visits” are led by an ICA educator over Zoom or the group’s preferred videoconferencing platform. During each 40-minute Virtual Visit, students will engage in slow looking at artworks from the ICA’s collection, allowing them to be present in the moment, think critically, and hone their visual literacy. Thematic topics including “Artist as Storyteller” and “Methods and Materials” explore how contemporary artists question and make sense of the world. Virtual Visits are highly interactive, with opportunities for students to consider multiple perspectives through collaborative meaning-making using verbal and non-verbal responses. Students will reflect on their own place in the world with art-making, discussion, or other multimodal prompts. More information about scheduling a Virtual Visit for your group will be available soon. Have a question or want to be contacted when more information about scheduling a Virtual Visit is available? Email us at email@example.com.