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Photoville Edu provides year-round programming to engage young people and educators with visual storytelling through workshops, resources, and field trips.

** Photoville resources and programs are free to use and free to attend.

Education Resources

Our growing resource library includes artist talk videos, lesson plans, and toolkits for educators and families to engage with young people. Free and available to use.

Education Field Trips

Bring your students to visit Photoville exhibitions to connect with artists and experience public art. Annually, there is a field trip to the Photoville festival, but you may also request a field trip to other Photoville exhibitions year-round.

Educator Labs

A professional development series for educators to connect with artists, and with each other, to be inspired, collaborate, and build tools teaching visual storytelling.

Support for Educators

Artist Visits

The Artist Visit Fund connects educators to an artist of their choice, and provides an honorarium for the artist to do a Zoom class visit.

 

Deadline: Rolling Deadline

Educator Exhibit Grant

The Educator Exhibit Grant supports educators to create an outdoor photo exhibition of their students’ work as part of the annual Photoville festival in New York City.

 

The deadline for this year’s fund has already passed, but please keep an eye out for future calls for submission!

Need a hand creating a student exhibition?

Outside of our standard programs, we also support organizations and educators in producing public exhibitions of their student work. Find out more.

Here are ways to stay connected year-round with the Photoville Edu community:

The Photoville Education Program is produced in partnership with PhotoWings