Digital Learning

From videos of art activities for kids and Studio Art Classes to teacher workshops and distance learning, these programs and resources are available for families, caregivers, teachers, art enthusiasts, and learners of all ages to engage with the MFA.

For K–12 Educators

Free online teacher workshops and distance learning sessions help teachers explore ways of enlivening the curriculum using Museum objects as teaching tools.

For College Students, Faculty, and Staff

Connect with the MFA through virtual visits, online faculty workshops, and more. Searching for information on works of art in the MFA’s collections? Explore the collections database and other digital resources.

For Aspiring Artists

Studio Art Classes: Tutorials at Home

Learn about different studio techniques and create your own art. Videos feature instruction from experienced educators and professional artists.

For Kids and Families

Discover the MFA with fun activities such as art making, looking at art together, storytelling, and more. Some programs are recommended for certain ages.

Art Activities for Kids

Kids ages 4 and under

MFA Playdates at Home

Kids ages 5–8

Junior Artists at Home

Kids and teens ages 5 and up

Art Making at Home

For Art Enthusiasts

Enjoy MFA art anytime, anywhere by browsing the collection online, watching videos, listening to podcast episodes, and more.