Plan A Visit
The Allen Memorial Art Museum offers educational resources for Oberlin College faculty and students as well as other colleges and universities, K-12 teachers and classes, families and lifelong learners.
Direct experience with original works of art is at the core of the AMAM’s mission, and the museum’s holdings present an exceptional resource for teaching, learning, and research, both for Oberlin College students and the public.
Interactive, informative guided tours, private sessions in our Wolfgang Stechow Print Study Room, Community Days, teen workshops, special exhibitions, gallery talks, and lectures all offer unique ways to explore the AMAM's collections and exhibitions.
Each year, the AMAM welcomes over 2,000 schoolchildren from Oberlin City Schools and the surrounding region for tours of the museum that connect with their classroom studies. Hundreds of adults also take docent-led tours of the galleries, and participate in our many public programs.
Each semester, more than 2,000 Oberlin College students visit in conjunction with 100 or more class visits to the museum and the Print Study Room from almost all College departments.
For more information on K-12 and public tours and programs, please contact:
Jason Trimmer, Curator of Education
or by phone, (440) 775-8671.
Oberlin College faculty and other college groups, please contact:
Liliana Milkova, Curator of Academic Programs
or by phone, (440) 775-8645