K-12 School Gallery Tours

K-12 School Gallery Tours

School Gallery Tours invite students to observe, discuss, and explore various Japanese art forms and their rich historical backgrounds through seasonal exhibitions led by experienced museum educators and teaching artists.

Registration and Pricing Information

Japan Society’s gallery tour offers an interactive art experience led by trained museum educators, who incorporate close-looking, personal connections, inquiry, and related activities for K-12 students. Maximum group size at one time is 30 students for both Virtual and On-site Gallery Tours, with a requirement of 2 chaperones for On-site Gallery Tour. Groups of more than 15 students will be divided into smaller groups for on-site tours.

We request each reservation to be made at least two weeks in advance of your desired date. A one-week notice for any cancellations or changes is required to avoid fees barring extreme weather or case-by-case emergencies.

For more details or to make a reservation, please contact us at [email protected] or (212) 715-1254.

NYCDOE Title 1 Schools
Free (Virtual & On-Site)
NYCDOE Non-Title 1 Schools
$100 (Virtual) | $150 (On-Site)
NYC Private & Outside of NYC Schools
$150 (Virtual) | $250 (On-Site)

Above: Yoko Ono with White Chess Set, 1966.© Graham Keen / TopFoto.

Japan Society School Partnerships and K-12 Manga Workshops/K-12 Gallery Tour & Workshops are made possible by a generous grant from MetLife Foundation and supported by the United States-Japan Foundation and MUFG Bank, Ltd.

Japan Society programs are made possible by leadership support from Booth Ferris Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature. Education and Family Programs are generously supported by an anonymous donor; ORIX Corporation USA; Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas); public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; The Masako Mera and Koichi Mera, PhD Fund for Education and the Arts; The Norinchukin Foundation; and Friends of Education and Family Programs.