FAQs

Public Notice

SJMA is temporarily closed until further notice, following City and County guidelines. The health of our visitors, staff, volunteers, and community members is our highest priority. We wish everyone well-being and we look forward to welcoming you back into the Museum soon.


 

Although social distancing measures may prohibit school groups from visiting the Museum currently, we have created new programs and reconfigured existing programs, please email education@sjmusart.org with any additional questions.


How do I sign my classroom up for a Two-Part Art Lesson?
To schedule your virtual live visit, please use the online scheduler. If you need assistance, please send email to education@sjmusart.org. Plan early for best availability as SJMA programs fill very quickly. We make every effort to accommodate your first preference, but because we cannot guarantee availability, your program date is confirmed only after you receive a confirmation email from SJMA.

How much does Two-Part Art cost and what does it include?
Learn more about our live virtual Two-Part Art program here.

How do I sign my classroom up for Sowing Creativity?
To begin scheduling your Sowing Creativity live virtual residency, please submit this request form.

How much does Sowing Creativity cost and what does it include?
Learn more about our award-winning Sowing Creativity program here.

How do I sign my classroom up for Multi-Part Art?
To begin scheduling your Multi-Part Art lessons, please submit this request form.

How much does Multi-Part Art cost and what does it include?
Learn more about our Multi-Part art residency program here.

How do I request the whole Postcards from Here series?
Please submit this request form to have the Postcards from Here series sent to your classroom!

I’d like to learn more about Let’s Look at Art and/or Art in the Dark. Who do I contact?
Visit Let's Look at Art and Art in the Dark online for more information, and contact LLAA@sjmusart.org with any additional questions regarding these programs.

I’d like to bring my students to visit the museum! How do I do so?
While SJMA is excited to host student groups when we are able, current county guidelines prohibit us from doing so. For now, we ask that you take advantage of one or more of our virtual programs.