Teachers, How Can We Better Serve You?
2020 Teacher Survey

As we prepare for the 2020-2021 school year, we recognize our school programs will look different and how you educate your students could likely include more virtual classtime than in-person instruction. We created a survey to learn more about what you need from the Museum and seek your input regarding distance learning engagement opportunities for both you and your students. Your responses will help us better support your teaching and learning goals. Could you find about 10 minutes to complete our 2020 Teacher Survey? We really appreciate your time and admire your perseverance these last few months.




Special Note: At this time, Joslyn Art Museum is closed to the public until further notice. A reopening date will be announced later. For updates on the Museum’s response to COVID-19, click here or discover Art from Afar: Joslyn’s Online Engagement Opportunities.


Schools, Teachers, and Technology programs are supported by the following: Equitable Charitable Foundation, H. Lee and Carol Gendler Charitable Fund, The Gifford Foundation, Gilbert M. and Martha H. Hitchcock Foundation, Kiewit Companies Foundation, Mammel Family Foundation, The James C. Mangimeli Grant for Art Education, Midlands Community Foundation, Omaha Public Schools Foundation, Omaha Steaks, Pacific Life Foundation, Pottawattamie County Community Foundation, U.S. Bank, and Whitmore Charitable

What’s pictured: (left to right) Maria van Oosterwyck (Dutch, 1630–1693), Still Life of Flowers in a Glass Vase, ca. 1685, oil on canvas, Museum purchase with funds from the Ethel S. Abbott Art Endowment Fund and the General Art Endowment Fund, 2019.4, Courtesy of Ben Elwes Fine Art, London. Photo Credit: Matthew Hollow; Jacques Lipchitz (Lithuanian, 1891-1973), Hagar, 1948, bronze, Museum purchase, 1955.399; John Singer Sargent (American, 1856-1925), Portrait of Mrs. A. Lawrence Rotch, 1903, oil on canvas, Lent anonymously, L-1987.5