Nassau County Museum of Art is a major cultural attraction in Long Island, NY. The Museum is nationally known for its four major annual exhibitions displayed in its historic mansion, its 145 acres of nature preserve, its formal gardens and its sculpture park.
Thanks to state and federal funding, corporate and foundation support, the Education Department offers a wide range of programs for its museum visitors.
Educational programming is made possible through the generosity of Bank of America, David Lerner and Associates, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), former NYS Senator Craig Johnson, NCMA Ball and Benefactors Dinner, New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation and additional generous support from Astoria Federal Savings, Capital One Bank, Mary A.H. Rumsey Foundation, Nassau County Bar Association's WE CARE Fund, The North Shore Autism Circle, NYS Senator Kemp Hannon, NYS Assembly Member Charles D. Lavine, NYS Assembly Member Michelle Schimel
|Institute of Museum and
Library Services (IMLS)
|New York State
Council on the Arts (NYSCA)
Culture And Language Through Art
Museum PALS (Pairing Art and Literacy in Schools)
For each exhibition every teacher receives an Educators Resource Packet that includes: