Education at the Taft

When Anna Sinton and Charles Phelps Taft began collecting works of art, they aimed to assemble a diverse collection of works from around the world and provide it for study to local Cincinnatians. Since 1932, when the Taft residence became the Taft Museum of Art, its primary mission has been to educate through its collections and community programs.

Bring art into your classroom through educator programs. Youth and family can capture the opportunity to advance artistic experiences. Groups can enjoy a tour led by an experienced docent. 

Children’s Education Programs Generously Supported by
Joy and W.G. (Pete) Alpaugh Trust

School Tours Generously Supported by
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