Museum learning can take place in the galleries, in the classroom or at home with friends and family!
These resources will enhance or further your educational experiences.
The TIME Project features videos during which Museum docents, curators and visiting artists discuss works of art or historical artifacts.
The videos can be enjoyed online by clicking here or in the Museum galleries by scanning QR codes with a smart device. Smart devices are available to borrow at the Museum’s welcome desk (with a valid ID).
The TIME project was made possible thanks to a $30,000 grant awarded by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana and a partnership between the Evansville Museum, Ivy Tech Community College, the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation and the Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center.
The Evansville Museum would appreciate feedback on your use of the TIME Project. Please consider taking one of the surveys below:
Alcoa Foundation Outdoor Classroom
The Outdoor Classroom is made possible thanks to a generous grant from the Alcoa Foundation. Designed as both a teaching space and as an entrance to the Evansville Museum’s Eykamp Pavilion, the Alcoa Foundation Outdoor Classroom features only plants native to Indiana.
To learn more about the Alcoa Foundation Outdoor Classroom, please click here.
As part of the grant provided by the Alcoa Foundation, the Outdoor Classroom is now accessible in your classroom, scout meeting or home school group! Four outreach kits, developed around the core subjects of art, history and science, are available to be borrowed for free by educators. Please click here to learn more.
To borrow one or all of the Alcoa Foundation Outdoor Classroom Education Kits, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.