Pre-K–12 grade students in public, private, or home schools, college students, and adult groups may participate in online exhibition or architecture tours.
School tours of selected exhibitions support Tennessee State Standards by introducing themes that are relevant to visual arts, language arts, and/or social studies curricula.
Scheduling Your Visit
The Frist Art Museum offers a variety of options for online tours, including live (synchronous) docent-guided tours or prerecorded (asynchronous) docent-facilitated exhibition discussions.
All student groups must be accompanied by their teacher for the entire live (synchronous) docent-guided tour.
Scheduling Your Live (synchronous) Docent-Guided Tour
Live (synchronous) tours are led by a Frist Art Museum docent. They offer a preview of select works in an exhibition and encourage close study and conversation. These tours are slideshow-based and each is approximately 30 minutes long.
Reservations are required at least three weeks in advance for groups of 8 or more. Live (synchronous) docent-guided tours are scheduled on a case-by-case basis in conjunction with your school district’s requirements and docent availability. You may ask the Frist Art Museum to host the tour on Zoom, or a Frist Art Museum docent can join a meeting on your school’s or organization’s preferred video conferencing software. Please complete the request form below to schedule a tour.
1. Review all the virtual tour options.
2. Request a tour by completing this form.
Scheduling Your Prerecorded (asynchronous) Docent-Facilitated Exhibition Discussion
Prerecorded (asynchronous) docent-facilitated exhibition discussions are video conversations between Frist Art Museum docents about select works in an exhibition. These discussions are approximately 15 minutes long. Links to the video will be sent via email.
1. Review all the tour options.
2. Request a group tour by completing this form.
- Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style
- Architecture Tours
Contact Veronica de la Cruz at vdelacruz@FristArtMuseum.org