No matter who you are or what your age, there are so many wonderful ways to learn about art, science and the humanities at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Explore programs and resources that introduce you to new worlds or offer more about familiar territory.
Approximately 20,000 school children from counties all over Georgia participate in guided tours and programs each year—however, the Museum is for all ages and there is something here for everyone!
Programming for adults and children includes classes, labs, lectures, films, field trips, camps, and receptions, all of which explore a variety of themes and issues in the arts, sciences and humanities.
In support of its mission to be an institution for life-long learning and enrichment that engages a diverse audience with objects and experiences designed to evoke wonder, stimulate curiosity and open minds to new worlds of discovery, the Museum of Arts and Sciences offers a wide variety of Homeschool programs, Camps, Classes, Group Tours, Internships, and opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Click here to find our more about MAS Education programs.
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